Agrias claudina is a canopy-lover species and it is rarely seen and only observed when attracted to baits along trails. Host plants of many species are poorly known (DeVries, 1987).


Adults feed on rooting fruits and mammal dung

Females are more attracted to rotten fruits or fish


Agrias claudina  only appear to fly 

  • in hot weather 
  • in the morning

 are rarely seen in the afternoon.