Not sure if it was because it was insanely fresh but blue tinge to hind wing fringe. Might have been an aberrant.
This looks to be an introduced plant. It is growing in shade usually and is used as a ground cover. It has established it self and will remain here.
Located and ID by Paul Johnson. He noted this species is unusual for Pinnacles National Park.
It was mostly gray with a... well I dont want to say chubby because it wasn't really like that. Let's just say it had a bigg butt and a small head. It had a white stripe extending from the nose to a fourth of the way down it's back. I want to say it was abadger but I'm not sure. It looked like a fine mix between a skunk and a racoon. It was growling and had really really long claws.
Never seen such an understory display. Vine Everywhere as well as the Butterfly.