First Sulphur Cat!
I planted what was supposed to be a canyon senna (small native senna from south texas) in a sheltered spot against a south wall. After the first year I realized it was mislabled and it grew into a beautiful but huge Common Senna (Senna corymbosa). I had no choice to move it as it was very close to the back of the garage and under a window. So today we bit the bullet and dug it up and transplated it to a nice spot in the front yard where it can get as big as it wants.
While we were settling it in, I found this guy. He's obviously been eating flowers but I've never tried to identify a sulphur cat before so don't know which one he is. He's a pretty good sized thing so I think he must be one of the bigger sulphurs.