The adult butterfly nectars from various flowers and can also be seen puddling in moist areas.
This butterfly is found in forest clearings.
After mating the female lays individual eggs on the leaves of the host plant. The caterpillar feeds on the host plant until it forms its chrysalis.
In their range there are multiple generations making it possible to find adults year round.
The Great Mormon is a sexually dimorphic species, meaning the males and females look different.