No common name (open to suggestion)
Identification: This species is sexually dimorphic. Both males and females have dark brown wings with a discal band consisting of three transparent spots, a white spot adjacent to this band, and a postdiscal band consisting of two transparent spots on the forewings. Additionally, the wings have a white fringe and iridescent blue tint. In females, the forewings have a subapical band consisting of five transparent spots while in males, there are two transparent subapical spots on the forewings. The upperside of the body and wing bases are bluish-grey in females and bright orange in males. There is also a blue parafocal band (broader in the hindwings) in females.
Larval food plant:
Reported from: Guyana (specific locality not available)