|Adelpha fessonia sucking on a banana top|
The Band-celled Sister or Mexican Sister (Adelpha fessonia) is a species of butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in Panama north through Central America to Mexico. It is a periodic resident in the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas.
The wingspan is 56–70 mm.
Larvae in Texas and northeastern Mexico feed on Celtis lindheimeri.
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