Observation notes: Active, but hanging around a marshy area of an intermittent cement-lined drainage stream, landing briefly in several associated damp areas. Exhibiting what I consider rare open-wing posture. It’s a fairly easy ID, but at the same time the wing patterns are noticeably deviant from what I usually see, especially the strong diagonal markings in from the upper wing tip.
Verified by: Ken Davenport
Verified date: August 16, 2020
Coordinator notes: Actually, it is a female Large Orange Sulphur which come in orange, white and peach colors and in my opinion a much more exciting tropical butterfly, though Cloudless Sulphurs also are good finds. By the way, female Cloudless Sulphurs come in white, yellow or orange!-Ken Davenport