Male Ancyra catopyrops have dull blue wings with two black dots and torn spots on the hind wings, while the female butterfly wings are dark black with blue front wings and dull blue hindwings. The undersides of the wings are brownish in color with spots on the hindwings separated by a lunulate line. There are a pair of white-tipped tail wings at the tips of the 2 veins on the hindwings.
Larva: larvae of Catopyrops ancyra are cylindrical, 0.8 – 0.9 mm in size, pale yellow in color, the head capsule is dark brown. The color of the caterpillar turns green with prominent white spots, the body is covered with setae.
Pupa: Catopyrops ancyra pupae are greenish in color with black and brown spots scattered on the surface, have the typical shape of most Lycaenid pupae, about 7 – 8 mm long.