Junonia orithya (Linnaeus, 1758), the Blue Pansy, is a nymphalid butterfly with many subspecies occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia. In southern Africa, it is known as the Eyed Pansy, and in Australia, it is known as the Blue Argus. Recorded hostplants: Asystasia gangetica (Zamboangenita), other Asystasia species, Hygrophila, Justicia procumbens, Lepidogothis incurva, Pseuderanthemum variabile, Thunbergia alata (all Acanthaceae), Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon), Angelonia salicariifolia, Buchnera linearis, Striga lutea (all Scrophulariaceae)
The Common Leopard or Spotted Rustic (Phalanta phalantha) is a sun-loving medium-sized Nymphalid butterfly with a wingspan of 50–55 mm with a tawny colour and marked with black spots. The underside of the butterfly is more glossy than the upper and both the male and female are similar looking. (Wikipedia) Recorded hostplants: Flacourtia sp., Scolopia chinensis (Flacourtiaceae), Salix babylonica, S. tetrasperma (Salicaceae)
The upperside of the male is dark purplish brown. The fore and hindwings have a black ante-ciliary lines. The hindwing has two black spots that are nearly equal. The spots have a silvery white edge on the outerside. The tail is black tipped with white. The underside is hoary brown. On the underside of the fore wing there are transverse bands of the ground-colour. The female has the upperside dull leaden blue. The fore and hind wings have ante-ciliary black lines as in the male. Female underside has ground-colour paler than the markings, more obscure but identical with those of the male. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen as in the male but all paler in colour.