Precis cebrene, the Yellow Pansy, is found in the Palaeotropics, i.e. Africa and Southeast Asia. It is usually seen in open scrub and grassland habitats. I have seen them often on the edges of puddles in Uganda although this specimen comes from the Central African Republic.
This butterfly has been prepared in the UK to museum standards and is displayed in a deep handmade shadowbox frame, mounted on white conservation-grade foam. The back of the frame is covered in really special Italian decorative paper, with a brass hook for hanging it on the wall (but it also stands perfectly on a mantlepiece or a table). It is completely sealed inside the frame and will last for generations.