The last day before we flew back home out of Norfolk, we toured the Great Dismal Swamp NWR again. This time through, I was able to focus more on butterflies. It was great!
Here is a SOUTHERN PEARLY-EYE. Strangely, I only had one of these.
Ok, I don't know flies but this thing was freaking huge! I likely took this picture and then took off running...
Here is a below view of a PALAMEDES SWALLOWTAIL with an above view of a SPICEBUSH SWALLOWTAIL. They were gathered with a dozen or so Eastern Tiger-Swallowtails on the road.
Perhaps my favorite butterfly of the trip, the rare and local CREOLE PEARLY-EYE was surprisingly common at this location: