The Garden Acraea is a butterfly that is found in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Although in some areas they can be found all year round they are most abundant during spring and summer.
Females have a wingspan of just over 5 cm and are a bit bigger than males. The male is reddish in colour while females are a pale brown.
The Garden Acraea lays batches of eggs on their host plant which is most often the Wild Peach.
These butterflies are found in woodlands, parks and gardens.