The American Snout or Common Snout Butterfly is found in both North and South America. Their elongated mouthparts along with their antennae give the appearance of the stem of a dead leaf. This is a brilliant form of camouflage from predators. But that didn't stop one feisty bee from attacking this one every so often.
If anyone knows what type of flower this is I would be most appreciative. The smell was perfume-y and heavenly.
Enjoy your weekend. Hope I can return next week with some Wood Stork photos!
Thank you for hosting, Eileen & Misty!