White Morphos Butterfly.
I have been watching these gorgeous things for weeks now and this is the first time I've seen one land, it must be getting old. They are much like the electric blue kind I saw daily in Panama, but are white. They appear all white while flying at a distance, but they have markings when you see them up close. They fly in the same floppy, bouncy way the Blue Morphos did.
Elf Butterfly. Tiny little guy. Wing span 1 to 1 7/16 inches.
Heliconius erato. Wingspan for this butterfly is 2.2 to 3.1 inches 5.5–8 cm
Above: A very faded Ruddy Daggerwing
Carolina Satyr ?
I had originally posted the following butterflies with questionable IDs. Thanks to Nick Morgan for helping out. Nick is a butterfly enthusiast from Scotland. You can check out his blog here:
Master of camouflage: Gray Cracker
Possibly Glaucous Cracker
Four-spotted Sailor (Dynamine postverta)