On Oct 25, 2014, TexasPuddyPrint from Edinburg, TX wrote:
Yep...the smallest butterfly indeed! I've watched them using Pitseed Goosefoot (Chenopodium berlandieri) as a larval host in Hidalgo and Starr county (Texas). Must say though...this plant is stinky! Wait...it's beyond stinky! It's downright nasty smelling! However, it is also the larval host plant for a couple of other butterflies: Common Sootywing (Pholisora Catullus) and Goldenheaded Scallopwing (Staphylus ceos).
Will try to get egg photos...they are just sooooo tiny!
On May 28, 2007, catbird8 from Houston, TX wrote:
This is the smallest butterfly in North America. Very difficult to photograph. 3/8 - 3/4 " Picture by Catbird8 taken in Roswell, NM in November, 2006.