The Nymphalidae are characterised in both sexes by the tricarinate antenna and the elongate chaetosemata being parallel to the eye margin; the legs are described above. Ackery (1984) records 13 subfamilies of which 8 occur in Australia.
Small to large; most antennal segments with 2 ventral grooves; maxillary palps 1-segmented; labial palps ascending; epiphysis absent, male fore legs lack pretarsus, with fewer than 5 tarsomeres, lack tarsal spines, and covered with long scales; female fore legs reduced in size and not used for walking (except female Libythea ); spurs 0-2-2 or 0-0-0; fore wing with all branches of R present, 1A + 2A simple or forming a basal fork; hind wing with humeral vein usually present, Sc + R 1 diverging from Rs near base, 2 anal veins. ... source:
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