This is probably the Doris Tiger Moth, but haven't confirmed its identification yet.
Atlides halesusThis Hairstreak is one of the few butterflies that uses mistletoe as a host plant.
The Gulf Fritillary (bottom) and Variegated Fritillary (top) both use Passionflower vines (Pasiflora spp.) as a host plant.
The caterpillars of the Hackberry and Tawny Emperors are very similar. To distinguish the two species, look for the thicker stripes on the Tawny Emperor compared to the very thin lines on the Hackberry Emperor caterpillar.
Notice the small parasitic wasp already surveying the butterfly eggs. The young caterpillars will be parasitized by the wasp eggs that she will oviposit.
Halysidota tessellarisWhich end is which? Its head is at the bottom.
Harvester caterpillar with aphids on green ash leaf
The Harvester chrysalis has an uncanny resemblance to a dog's or monkey's head.
Feniseca tarquiniusThis Harvester is nectaring on the aphids' honeydew.
This caterpillar was discovered on its host plant, Bluestar (Amsonia sp.)
Hemaris thysbe This sphinx moth caterpillar was one of several that was feeding on Walter's Vibrunum (Viburnum obovatum).
Achalarus lyciadesHoary is an ancient word for white (usually associated with old age), hence this skipper's name which refers to the white edge on its hind wing.
We stopped alongside the roadside where a patch of Flat-topped Goldenrod (Euthamia sp.)was blooming. The flowers were covered by dozens of moths and micromoths.