Season Still Good!
I've found numerous salt marsh caterpillars, tulip tree beauties, American ladies, red-spotted purples, plus the usual group of swallowtail cats. The only ones missing are giant swallowtails and black swallowtails - I have plenty of host plants for them, including the "weed" mock bishop's weed for the black swallowtails. The pipevine swallowtails are so numerous, both flying and cats, that the only thing I know to do to have any possibility of keeping up is to fertilize the pipevines.
I've found several long-tail skipper cats, which is great, since they've been mostly missing since 2005, the year of the big hurricane. I got these two pictures of one of them. I had to make one picture of the tell-tale skipper head and one of the tell-tale short, yellow/orange marks on the tail, because it wouldn't come out from its nest. It's on stick tights/Desmodium paniculata, a common "weed" that I've encouraged to become more common -