|Leopard Lacewing butterfly|
You will notice that the wings are distinctly different. According to Wikipedia, "A gynandromorph is an organism that contains both male and female characteristics." The right half of the leopard lacewing butterfly pictured here is male while the left half is the typical paler color of the female.
According to the LiveScience posting, "This butterfly emerged from its chrysalis at Iowa State University's Reiman Gardens in 2008. In almost nine years, Reiman Gardens has received about 163,116 pupae to populate its butterfly wing. This leopard lacewing is the only gynandromorph butterfly to ever emerge."
There are 13 pictures including a cardinal and a carpenter bee which you can see on the LiveScience posting.