The Mexican Bluewing or Bluewing butterfly (Myscelia Ethusa), is a stunning blue butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. Louis Michel Francois Doyere in 1840 was the first person to describe these beautiful butterflies. The Mexcian Bluewing butterfly is found in Colombia north through Central America to Mexico.
Mexican Bluewing butterflies eat rotten fruit, and their favorite habitat is streams valleys with dry scrub or scattered tropical forest. Their wingspan is 2 1/2 – 3 inches (6.4 – 7.6 cm).