Spring Azure
Zebra Swallowtail
Pipevine Swallowtail
Black Swallowtail
Giant Swallowtail
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Spicebush Swallowtail
Palamedes Swallowtail
Checkered White
Cabbage White
Falcate Orangetip
Clouded Sulphur
Orange Sulphur
Southern Dogface
Cloudless Sulphur
Barred Yellow
Little Sulphur
Sleepy Orange
Great Purple Hairstreak
Coral Hairstreak
King's Hairstreak
Banded Hairstreak
Striped Hairstreak
Eastern Pine Elfin
Henry's Elfin
Hessel's Hairstreak
Olive Hairstreak
White M Hairstreak
Gray Hairstreak
Red-banded Hairstreak
Eastern Tailed-Blue
Spring Azure
American Snout
Gulf Fritillary
Variegated Fritillary
Great Spangled Fritillary
Silvery Checkerspot
Pearl Crescent
Question Mark
Eastern Comma
Mourning Cloak
Painted Lady
American Lady
Red Admiral
Common Buckeye
Goatweed Leafwing
Red-spotted Purple
Viceroy hybrid
Hackberry Emperor
Tawny Emperor
Southern Pearly Eye
Creole Pearly Eye
Appalachian Brown
Helicta Satyr
Gemmed Satyr
Carolina Satyr
Little Wood-Satyr
Common Wood Nymph
Silver-spotted Skipper
Long-tailed Skipper
Golden-banded Skipper
Hoary Edge
Southern Cloudywing
Northern Cloudywing
Confused Cloudywing
Hayhurst's Scallopwing
Sleepy Duskywing
Juvenal's Duskywing
Horace's Duskywing
Zarucco Duskywing
Wild Indigo Duskywing
Common/White Checkered-Skipper
Tropical Checkered-Skipper
Common Sootywing
Swarthy Skipper
Clouded Skipper
Least Skipper
Southern Skipperling
Fiery Skipper
Cobweb Skipper
Meske's Skipper
Tawny-edged Skipper
Crossline Skipper
Southern Broken Dash
Northern Broken Dash
Little Glassywing
Delaware Skipper
Byssus Skipper
Hobomok Skipper
Zabulon Skipper
Dion Skipper
Dun Skipper
Pepper and Salt Skipper
Common Roadside-Skipper
Bell's Roadside-Skipper
Dusky Roadside-Skipper
Lace-winged Roadside-Skipper
Eufala Skipper
Twin-spot Skipper
Brazilian Skipper
Ocola Skipper
Cofaqui Giant-Skipper
Yucca Giant-Skipper
Yucca Giant-Skipper (adult emerging)
December 2007
February 2008
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Celastrina ladon (Spring Azure) and Celastrina neglecta (Summer Azure).

Spring Azure-(Upson) 3-6-05

Below: Celastrina "neglecta"

Summer Azure (Meriwether) 4-27-07

Summer Azure (Meriwether) April 27, 2007

(Upson) 5-11-05

(Upson) 6-9-04

(Upson) 5-7-05

(Upson) 5-4-04

Spring Azures are more heavily marked with black on the undersides of the wings and are a little smaller than Summer Azures.  They are common from late February until late March/early April.  I found a male flying as early as January 28, 2006 in Upson and found another in Upson on February 11, 2008.  The first large brood of Summer Azures emerges in late April and later broods fly until September.  Recently, I have seen a few Summers on the wing during the flight of the Spring Azure and have found an individual resembling a Spring Azure on April 27th.  I'm just can't convince myself that these represent separate species, they seem more like seasonal forms. 
Measurements from my specimens indicate the following lengths: 
Wingspan: (Spring Azure) Approx. 1 1/16
Wingspan:  (Summer Azure) 1 1/16 to 1 1/4 in.