No common name (open to suggestion)
Identification: The wings of females are brown and white on the upperside with white fringe. The forewings are white in the middle and brown at the edges, and the hindwings are white from mid to dorsum. There are white rings along the margin of the hindwings (both upper- and undersides); the two near the tornus have black spots in them. Males are iridescent blue on the upperside. The underside of the wings is white with brown bands and spots. The forewings have white rings along the margin on the underside. The body is dark brown on the upperside and white on the underside.
Larval food plant: Plumbago scandens (Warren et al., 2013)
Adult food: Flower nectar of Ageratum
Reported from: Mabaruma (Region 1), Kamarang River & Mt. Roraima (Region 7), Tukeit (Region 8)