Parantica agleoides has bluish gray upperwings with black veins and edges, on the forewings there is a long pale line in space 11 and bluish gray spots in the cell divided by black longitudinal lines into 2 or 3 part. On the hindwing the black line in the cell is as wide as the bluish-gray patches on either side. The underside of the wing has the same pattern but in lighter color. The male butterfly has markings near the sub-tornal area of the hind wings.
Larva: larvae of Parantica agleoides are cylindrical, dark-purple in color and their body is covered with a white row of dorsal, dorso-lateral, lateral and spiral spots. There are also dorso-lateral and spiracular lemon yellow spots. On the mesothorax there is a pair of long black horns, in the abdominal 8th segment there is a shorter horn protrusion.
Pupa: Pupa Parantica agleoides is shaped like a barrel, lime green with a transverse silvery stripe and a series of black dots on the underside. There are scattered silvery spots adorning the dorsum of the chest and wing pads, two pairs of broad black patches near the cremaster.