Cracker butterflies are a neotropical group of medium-sized brush-footed butterfly species of the genus Hamadryas. They acquired their common name due to the unusual way that males produce a "cracking" sound as part of their territorial displays.
Real - Commonly called "Eighty-Eights" because of the patterns on the hindwing undersides. "Diaethria Neglecta" is the scientific name and consists of a large family of Butterflies. Ranges from Mexico to Paraguay.(This particular image looks like there is some color enhancement. The red from top the far wing appears to show on the underside of the closest wing?)