With some watermelon rinds, I lured a red-spotted purple (which is sort of black and blue with orange spots in my way of thinking) to the compost bucket.
Also enjoying the scraps was a viceroy butterfly. It appeared to be feasting on a bit of apple core. Or perhaps some of the muscadine hulls had left a little juice on the apple core when they were collected together and dumped into the bucket. One of its hind wings was quite damaged.
When I shot this little gray butterfly, I had no idea what kind it was, and I didn't really get a good look at its open wings, so I did not know if it was a butterfly I already had a picture of. I was delighted to find out that it is a new one for me, a Carolina satyr.
That brings my total to 14!