The White Admiral butterfly (Limenitis Camilla) is beautiful in every way. They have stunning white-banded black wings, with a wingspan of 60-64mm. The White Admiral butterfly is considered a North American butterfly. They feed on rotting fruit and nectar from tiny white flowers.
Adults are diurnal, which means they fly from morning until right after dark. Life as an adult lasts about four months. White Admiral butterflies use shady woodland, where there are sunny glades with large patches of Bramble that provide nectar for the adults.