Common name for a
butterfly, with the scientific
designation Cheritra freja frigga.
The wings above are brownish purple in the male
and dark brown in the female, while the underside is white, with most of
the forewing and apical area of the hindwing shaded orange. This
butterfly has two tails on each hindwing, a short one and a long one,
with the latter, which is located along the second vein, attaining a
length of up to 2.5 centimeters. This species' habitat consists of
forested areas. In Thai, it is known as
phi seua khao hahng riw (ผีเสื้อขาวหางริ้ว).