This afternoon Honey and I decided to head over to the NABA Butterfly Park to see if we could see some of the great stuff they've had this fall, in particular the One-spotted Prepona. Well, we stuck out on that but while we were there we got word that a Banded Orange Heliconian had just been found at the nearby Bentsen State Park World Birding Center. What a fantastic butterfly! It's a rare vagrant from Mexico.
This Two-barred Flasher was pretty cool.
This Glazed Pellicia was new for me. I just couldn't get it to pose right. Look at the hairs on its wings.