Observation notes: Two were found on Rhizophora mangle. Each were different instars, one with the orange eyespots and the one above with, but they resided under a flap of leaf similarly. Each had cut slits in the leaf to allow a flap to fold over the undersides. On the underside of the leaf and not the flap, a thick layer of silk was spun and the flap was sealed with less than 10 strong strands of silk. When I opened the flaps to photograph each, they secreted a blot of ink that was initially an opaque dark blue-green that within a minute turned to the brownish-red in the photos.