This little butterfly is the Phaon Crescent, similar to the Pearl Crescent, and the difference is the wing.
The name comes from the crescent-shaped dots on the wings. Its similar to the Pearl Crescent only its wings are fringed.
It is only an inch and a half, and easy to get close to photographing (macro) when there’s plenty of nectar to gather. Its caterpillar host plant is fogfruit, so that’s another great opportunity to photograph them.