The male Cruiser butterfly is orange brown with fine black border round the upper wings, two small eye spots on the hindwings, and small black markings near the wing edges. The female butterfly has quite different markings. The upper side of the female has dark tips to the forewings and broad pale band across the centre of each forewing which continues onto the leading edge of the hindwing. The female also has two small eyespots on each hindwing.
wingspan: male 75mm, female 82mm
lowland rainforest and vine thicket
larvae feed on Adenia heterophylla, Passiflora aurantia
coastal areas of tropical eastern Queensland