The Isabella Tiger Butterfly, also called Isabella's Longwing, is one of the Longwing family although not a Heliconian species. It's range is from Mexico to the Amazon, including the Caribbean.
In addition to the tiger stripes on the wings, the body has black and yellow stripes to warn potential predators that it is unpleasant to eat.
With its extensive range, it has several subspecies. There are also other and, given that it is toxic, there are also some similar-looking mimics.
The following butterflies look similar to varying degrees:
Ismenius Tiger, also called Tiger Heliconian, Heliconius ismenius - similar colouring but slightly different banding pattern (also has several subspecies);
Variable Tigerwing Mechanitis menapis; Confused Tigerwing Mechanitis lysimnia; Orange-spotted Tiger Clearwing Mechanitis polymnia;
Tiger Mimic Queen, Lycorea halia; Round-spotted Ticlear Hypothyris lycaste; Common Ticlear Hypothyris euclea.