Common four ring
These low flying butterflies are a dull brown gray, but they are adorned with black and yellow eye spots that are used to confuse predators. It looks almost the same as the common three ring, but instead of three eye spots on the underside hind wing, it has four. Like other ring butterflies, its host plant is grasses.
Food items: Nectar (as butterfly), host plant (as caterpillar)
Host plants: Gramineae
Microhabitat: Gardens, roadsides, secondary growth and forest borders
Ecological Function: Pollinator
Food chain level: Primary consumer
Dispersal: Likely it has limited dispersal range, but it can move through open areas and road verges