Great Spangled Fritillary in the Butterfly Weed, a horticultural milkweed, and very attractive to butterflies, and a wide variety of insects
American Lady on the Verbena. The butterly is easily separated from the Painted Lady, using the little white spot in the red, and the two large, and not four eye-spots on the rear wings from underside.
The Verbena is a great plant for butterflies too. The flowers last all season. They are perennial, but also come up readily from seeds they shed continually. Gold Finches like the seeds.
Silver-Spotted Skipper, although if it were up to me, I'd call it the White-Spotted Skipper.
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