Mexican Yellow (Eurema mexicana): Due to photo's unfocused areas, I almost deleted it. But the drops of water on the bloom, shadow on the leaf, rays of sunlight and coiled proboscis makes it an unusual viewing.
A close view of the Mexican Yellow (Eurema mexicana) as it is taking off coiling its proboscis and with its right antenna twisted to the left. The dark border can be seen (similar to the Southern Dogface, but with a "beak").
Mexican Yellow nectaring Zinnias, Arkansas River Valley, Zone 7b, Early Nov.
Mexican Yellow and sulphurs seem to love red flowers, Arkansas River Valley, Zone 7b, Early Nov.
Mexican Yellow (winter form) basking on leaf, Arkansas River Valley, Sebastian County, AR. early Dec.