Back in November, Diana and I were in the Jacksonville, Florida, area. At that time of year, we don’t see butterflies in Minnesota, but in Florida they are still plentiful. This is a White Peacock butterfly and it can have a wing span of 2 to 2¾ inches (the ones seen in summer are larger.) It’s a southern species and most sightings in the United States come from Florida and Texas. The complete range goes through Central and South America as far as Argentina.