While we were scouting for the Gomez Farias CBC we encountered some cool butterflies. I'm not on of these birders that gets all nutsy about butterflies and I won't waste time to look at a grass-skipper or hairstreak. But I do enjoy a good colorful butterfly. These were mostly along the Rio Sabinas.
Honey got this great pic of a Montezuma Cattleheart. It was a new one for me.
Here's an Isabella Heliconia.
Erato Heliconia was also common along the river.
At one point we have twelve Malachites together drinking sap under a large Ficus.
This Purple-washed Eyemark was a new one for me.
Honey got apic of this clearwing. Don't know which one it is.
She also photographed the Whitened Bluewing.