Some are widespread species like the Queen and Gulf Fritillary.
The Martial Scrub-Hairstreak inhabits the same range as the Duskywing above, so is limited to far South Florida.
The Great Southern White occupies much of the Gulf of Mexico coastline. We saw them by the hundreds on South Padre Island in Texas. Here we've seen only a couple, but recognized them immediately by their blue antenna clubs.
|Great Southern White|
The final butterfly is a Mangrove Buckeye, which is limited to the Florida Coast. Similar to the Common and Tropical Buckeye, it is distinguished by the orange color surrounding the large eyespot on the forewing.