|Specimen of Consul fabius from Bolivia|
- Consul electra (Westwood, 1850) – pearly leafwing
- Consul excellens (Bates, 1864) – black-veined leafwing
- Consul fabius (Cramer, 1776) – tiger leafwing
- Consul panariste (Hewitson, 1856) – tricoloured leafwing
Consul fabius is the most common and well known. It occurs from Mexico to Bolivia in deciduous forest, rainforest, and cloud forest, at elevations between sea level and about 1200 m. The larvae feed on several species of Piperaceae. It is part of a mimicry ring and also mimics dead leaves.
- Glassberg, Jeffrey. (2007) A Swift Guide to Butterflies of Mexico and Central America. Sunstreak Books Inc. p. 123.
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