Libytheana carinentaNote the long snout of this butterfly. American Snouts often land on people because they love to drink sweat.
Strymon acisThis female Scrub-hairstreak just laid the egg seen in the photo on her host plant, Pineland Croton (Croton linearis.
Hemiargus ceraunusYou can see the beautiful blue on this male with open wings.
Callophrys irusThis Frosted Elfin is preparing to lay eggs on the Sundial Lupine Lupinus perennis, its host plant.
Atlides halesusThis Hairstreak is one of the few butterflies that uses mistletoe as a host plant.
Feniseca tarquiniusThis Harvester is nectaring on the aphids' honeydew.
Strymon martialisYou can see the beautiful color on the wings of the Martial Scrub-hairstreak as it rests on its host plant, bay cedar (Suriana maritima)
Strymon martialisThe Martial Scrub-Hairstreak is found in the Florida Keys.
Strymon istapaThis pair of mating Mallow Scrub-hairstreaks are on Bay Cedar (Suriana maritima), one of the host plants used by the species in addition to various mallows.
Chlorostrymon simaethisThis tattered Silver-banded Hairstreak never ventured far from its host plant, Balloonvine (Cardiospermum sp.).
Celastrina neglectaSummer and spring azures are practically indistinguishable. Since this was seen in August, I am making the assumption that it is a summer azure.
Callophrys gryneus sweadneri
Parrhasius m albumThis White M Hairstreak was glorious among the flowers of goldenrod (Solidago sp.