On Sunday I took quite a few more pictures of all the caterpillars I'm raising.
Sulfurs: One was 9mm, the other 10 mm long
Black Swallowtails: 4 of the tiny ones molted. Right after molting they were around 4.5 - 5 mm long. After molting their white bands are still visible. Red/orange spikes are visible too. They were more visible right after they molted than they were later on.
Painted Ladys: The smallest one was 5-6 mm, all black with some spikes. Took some pictures. Best guess is it is 2nd instar.
The next biggest one was 1-1.1 mm long. It was black with alternating row of black spikes and yellow spikes (just 3 rows of the yellow ones). Best guess is 3rd instar.
One was about ready to pupate and was close to 3.5 cm.
Color of the chrysalids seems to have changed a bit after sitting a while. Took pictures.
Spicebush Swallowtails: Didn't take pictures, just measured - 3.5 cm.
Adult butterflies in yard are pretty much the same as they have been for a while, just in lower numbers.