Quaker is a common butterfly occurs in forested areas from low lands to hills (Up to about 500ft) all the year round. It takes part in migrations and often settles on damp earth, sometime in swarms. Quaker's dry seasonal form is larger than wet seasonal form. Larva feeds on leaves of දොඩම්පාන (Glycosmis pentaphylla) (Woodhouse L.G.O., 1950 ), බොල් පනා (Glycosmis angustifolia ) and යකි නාරන් (Atalantia ceylanica) (Jayasinghe H.D. et. al. 2014)
Jayasinghe H.D., Rajapaksha S.S. & de Alwis C. 2014 A Compilation and Analysis of food plants utilization of Sri Lankan butterfly larva (Papilionoidea) TaprobanicaVol 6(2) 110-131pp.
Woodhouse L.G.O., 1950 The Butterfly Fauna of
, Ceylon Government Press, Ceylon , 2nd (Abriged) Edition. 1950. Colombo