Leafwing Butterfly - Coenophlebia archidona
Coenophlebia archidona, a species of leafwing butterfly, is a member of the family Nymphalidae. Formerly a part of the genus Anaea, it’s now in its own monotypic genus, Coenophlebia. Like those of other butterflies within the genus Anaea, C. archidona’s wings serve as strong camouflage. Their undersides mimic bug-eaten dead leaves. Most often seen feeding on rotted vegetation on the forest floor, it is rarely seen in flight. Females are rarely seen in the wild at all.
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Dimensions: 5.25"W x 6.25"H x 1.63"D
Scientific Name: Coenophlebia archidona
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