Moduza procris has dark reddish-brown upperwings crossed by a wide band of white macula, wide white spots on the forewing cells to the mid-dorsum of the hindwings. There are 4 subapical white spots on the forewings, two series of black submarginal and postdiscal spots on the hindwings. The undersides of the wings are dark reddish brown but the bottoms of the wings are pale greenish gray.
Larva: Moduza procris larvae are cylindrical, greenish brown in color, orange head capsule with dark brown spots. The surface of the body is covered with many small turbecles. In the next instar stage, the body of the caterpillar turns dark brown with spiny and tufted turbecles, its head is covered with short and blunt spines.
Pupa: Moduza procris pupae is creamy brown with dark brown to black segments, about 18-19 mm long. The appearance of the coccon is like a tightly rolled withered leaf.