Birds weren’t all that we saw in Puerto Rico. There were many butterflies seen flitting about that I didn’t get photographs of. These included Great Southern White, Cloudless Sulphur, and Florida Purplewing. I did get one decent butterfly photo of a Mallow Scrub-Hairstreak.
We found two funky-looking moths. The first flew into the restaurant during dinner in Maricao. It’s about the size of a monarch.
The second was found at Casa Cubuy in El Yunque. This one was about 3” long.
Lizards are plentiful in Puerto Rico. The most common are of the Anolis genus like the one below.
We also saw this interesting lizard in a tree. Maybe someone out there knows the ID. It’s probably another anole! (Update - might be Puerto Rican Crested Anole)
This concludes all of the Puerto Rico posts I had planned. It was a fantastic trip!