On to the Dogface Butterflies. It is impossible, almost, to get a picture of a Dogface Sulphur with widespread wings. I found one dead on the driveway and brought him inside so you can see how they look. The darker edge of the wings outline what sometimes resembles a poodle's face in profile, including the dark spot for the eye.
When the sun is behind one of the butterflies,
the dogface outline is seen, otherwise like above.
Zerene cesonia host plant is legumes.
They just wouldn't be still for pics, so I made a very short video of them nectaring on Duranta.
Dogface Sulphurs from Jean Campbell on Vimeo.