Chorinea licursis has a wingspan reaching about 30–35 millimetres (1.2–1.4 in). These butterflies are quite variable with respect to the size of the transparent region and of spots on the hindwings. They have transparent wings outlined with black and long tails on the hindwings. Forewings and hindwings are crossed by black veins and by two black transverse bands. At the base of the hindwing tails there are bright red marks. Adults are usually found from March to June.  Larvae feed on Celastraceae (mainly Maytenus ilicifolia and Prionostemma species). 
Distribution and habitat
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- Mirna Casagrande, Carla Penz and P. J. DeVries Description of early stages of Chorinea licursis (Fabricius) (Riodinidae)
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