One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A butterfly that has cream or brown wings crossed by narrow contrasting lines.
Genera Cyrestis and Araschnia, subfamily Nymphalinae, family Nymphalidae
- ‘The Map Butterflies got their name because of the underside of their wings which resemble somewhat a map.’
- ‘Members of the same genotype, these two Map butterflies differ so radically that they have been described as separate species.’
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