Figure 10. The white M hairstreak, Parrhasius m-album (Boisduval & LeConte, feeding at an inflorescences of Spermacoce verticillata, a wildflower. One of the "common" names of this wildflower is shrubby false buttonweed. This plant is also called souhern Larraflower, as it is an important nectar source for Larra wasps, a significant biological control of pest mole crickets.
Credit: Andrei Sourakov, Florida Museum of Natural History