Buckeye, Precis coenia <LEP136>
The large eyespots giving this species its name have yellow rims and black, blue, and violet centers. Most of the remaining upper side is warm brown, but there are two orange bars on each forewing, a buff band outside them, and orange below the hindwing eyespots. Among the many flowers visited by this rapid flier is plantain, on which the caterpillar also feeds. Migrations begin in autumn.