Sighting for November 13, 2019

James L. Monroe

Paleo Hammock
St. Lucie County, FL

Mexican Clover was the nectar source for most species with occasional Bidens.
To say the White Peacocks were abundant is an under-statement as I would estimate there were around 1000. I figure about one every foot or so and I walked about 1000 ft along a path.
While in south Florida I saw an exceptional number of White Peacocks at most sites though not as many as here.

  • Cloudless Sulphur 2
  • Barred Yellow 1
  • Sleepy Orange 3
  • Ceraunus Blue 1
  • Gulf Fritillary 10+
  • Zebra Heliconian 30+
  • Variegated Fritillary 2
  • Pearl Crescent 1
  • White Peacock abundant
  • Long-tailed Skipper 5
  • Dorantes Longtail 3
  • Tropical Checkered-Skipper 3
  • Three-spotted Skipper 1
  • Whirlabout 10+
  • Ocola Skipper 1

Ceraunus Blue

White Peacock

Whirlabout