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Butterfly species in this family are characterized by reduced, frequently hairy forelegs that are kept folded (only four legs are used). They have orange, brown, or blue wings.
Most species are fast fliers.
Adults feed on nectar, rotting fruit, and dung. Larvae feed on vegetation, including bindweeds, milkweeds, mallows, and date palms.
Most four-footed butterflies are migrant species that occur in the Jordan Valley, the highlands, and some locations in the Eastern Desert, including Jerash, Wadi Dana, and Azraq.