All on a Combretum molle. These were all photographed at the same time on the one tree at Cumberland Nature Reserve.
From top down: Amauris albimaculata, Belenois creona male then female, Teracolus eris: 2 males then a female. In the background of the last the yellow butterfly is a Dixeia pigea.
Distracted, I suddenly realised that I was one step away from a 200 foot sheer drop down the krans.
Below a picture of the cliff, then a twig of the Combretum with the attractive winged seeds.