We had a good hike this morning at Lake Jesup Park, even though the trail was posted, Warning, Trail Flooded. The trail was flooded, but the water levels were down and you could mostly creep past most of the pools of water. We didn't get out to the lake because we finally ran into one pool that was far too big, but we'd been out for an hour or more so we turned back. Good thing, I needed water.
This butterfly is a Little Yellow Sulphur or Eurema lisa (I think, because of the dotting on the edge and spotting) according to my handy Florida Wildflower and Butterflies chart.
This butterfly is a Queen ( Danaus gilippus ) based on the different shapes and sizes of the upper and lower wing and the dot pattern.
This butterfly is a Zebra Longwing ( Heliconius charitonius ).
This butterfly is actually a moth, yet to be identified (notice the wider body and the different way the wings are held). See MothPhotographers for some options.
This butterfly is a White Peacock ( Anartia jatrophae ).
This butterfly is a Gulf Fritallary ( Agraulis vanillae ). As a catepillar it looks like this:
We also say frogs, wasps, bees, grasshoppers or cicadas and lots of flowers. The entry was through oak forest and we even saw a few birds, more later.