Last week I photographed some butterflies on our Red Bird of Paradise. The Sulphurs were large and easy to identify, although they didn't stay still for very long.
Cloudless Sulphur - male
We've had swarms of sulphurs in the neighbourhood lately. We drive very slowly so they don't get crushed on the windshield.
The other butterflies were tiny. Using my Field Guide, I tried to guess what they are, but I wasn't at all sure of any of them.
Thanks to t. beth of Firefly Forest for the identification of the American Snout: "They can be recognized by their long 'snouts'." and also for confirming my guesses and sending me the reference web pages for the Palmer's Metalmark and the Ceraunus Blue.