Photo take at my backyard this one is on top of some plant next to it is a sting bug on the branch. Crackers are very common in this area. Upperside is mottled brown and white; forewing cell bar with some red; hindwing eyespots have orange scales before the black crescents. Underside of hindwing is white; submarginal eyespots are composed of a brown ring around a black crescent in a white center.
Tropical forest edges, stream valleys, and cutover areas. Range: Costa Rica north through Central America to Mexico. A rare stray to the lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas
Lat: 20.85, Long: -86.88
Spotted on Jul 15, 2012
Submitted on Jul 15, 2012