On Aug 13, 2006, Vee8ch from Palm Bay, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
Abundant in South Florida. These teeny tiny little guys (.75-1") thrive in my yard. They love Plumbago and weedy wildflowers. Once in awhile you catch a glimpse of the beautiful blue on the dorsal but to get a photograph is nearly impossible. They are constantly on the move.
On Nov 25, 2007, asafla from Palm Harbor, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
TINY! You almost don't even notice this butterfly as it flits about. You'll think it's one of those white moths that come up out of the grass but if you stop and check....it might be this Blue.They're social, so if it does stop you'll be able to get close enough to id it.They love my powderpuff tree for nectar and they lay their eggs on the native FL plumbago.