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|Guatemalan Cracker or Guatemalan Calico|
Bates, 1864[verification needed]
The wingspan is 76–98 mm. The butterfly flies year round in the tropical parts of its range and in August in the temperate part of its range.
The larvae feed on Euphorbiaceae species. The adults feed on juices from rotting fruit and animal faeces.
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