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Male glasswing butterflies release pheromones during lekking in order to attract females.The pheromones produced are derived from pyrrolizidine alkaloids that the butterflies obtain through their diet of plants of the family Asteraceae.

These properties are further improved by the presence of pedestals at the base of the nanopillars.The glasswing butterfly is migratory and travels up to 12 miles per day at speeds of up to 8 miles an hour.It migrates in order to change elevations, and this migration causes there to be population density differences in varying geographical areas. The glasswing combats predators by consuming toxins through plants of genus Cestrum and family Asteraceae in both the caterpillar and butterfly stages.Transparency is a rare trait among Lepidoptera, since they more commonly use mimicry to ward off predators.This butterfly species mates polygynously, with males attempting to obtain one or more female mates per breeding season.Toxin consumption gives the butterfly a foul taste that discourages predation.

This butterfly utilizes its transparency to hide from predators by camouflaging into the background during flight.

They also eat flowers in the Asteraceae and Boraginaceae families and the droppings of insectivorous birds, absorbing amino acids that are later converted to proteins.

Adult butterflies are also toxic due to the males consuming Asteraceae flowers whose nectar contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids.

Pupa attachment failure occurs when the silk pad breaks.

Additionally, researchers have found the pupa attachment to have high tensile strength and toughness, which prevent the pupa from being pulled by predators or breaking off in the wind, allowing them to safely swing.

The silk fibers are important in providing greater flexibility to the pupa attachment.