The (or satyrines, satyrids) are commonly known as the Browns.
Satyridae is a subfamily of the Nymphalidae or brush-footed butterflies with over 2,400 species. These butterflies are weak fliers and do not like to be out in the bright sunlight.
Satyrinae have six subfamilies: Elymniini, Eritini, Haeterini, Melanitini, Ragadiini and Satyrini.
Parents and teachers may use these designs as patterns for wood work, embroidery or silk screening works. For soft ornaments, trace the image onto multi colored foam sheets or cut out multiple patterns on different colored paper to mix and match for a colorful display. Laminate your favorite designs and use as place mats or cup holders or to decorate for parties and special occasions.