This is the Common Buckeye. When I spot these, they are often on the ground or pavement, basking in the sun. This one was nectaring on yellow lantana when I photographed him. Since I just planted some snapdragons, I was pleased to learn that snapdragons are one of their larval foods!
Yellow Butterflies! There are many different Sulphur butterflies in Galveston County. Usually they are flying so quickly through my yard that I can only say with certainly, "It's a Sulphur." This fellow basking on the Juniper was still long enough for a portrait. Some Sulphurs lay eggs on my Senna / Cassia tree.
This was a surprise sighting for me! I looked up one morning (probably scanning for hawks) and saw a brown butterfly way up on the gutter. This is a hackberry butterfly called a Tawny Emperor. I do not have a hackberry tree in my yard, but I watched her sip condensation from the gutter, as she warmed in the sun.