Rapala dieneces dieneces

Scarlet Flash

Family: Lycaenidae
Subfamily: Lycaeninae
Genus Rapala
Species: dieneces
Subspecies: dieneces
Common Name: Scarlet Flash
Life History: partial
Extant in countries: •Singapore
Hostplants:

Description
This species is one of several Rapala species found here in Singapore. The males are red above with broad black borders almost like a small specimen of the Cornelian (Deudorix epijarbas cinnabarus). The females are brown above. The species possess a white-tipped tail with the usual Rapala lobe between veins 1a and 1b. The species can further be characterised by its ochreous undersides as is shown in the photograph which depicts a female specimen.

Habitat & Habits
To be detailed.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
It has been documented that its green and black caterpillar has been found on Eugenia grandis.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Early Stages Photos

Caterpillar
Pupa

Rapala dieneces dieneces

Scarlet Flash

Family: Lycaenidae
Subfamily: Lycaeninae
Genus Rapala
Species: dieneces
Subspecies: dieneces
Common Name: Scarlet Flash
Life History: partial
Extant in countries: •Singapore
Hostplants:

Description
This species is one of several Rapala species found here in Singapore. The males are red above with broad black borders almost like a small specimen of the Cornelian (Deudorix epijarbas cinnabarus). The females are brown above. The species possess a white-tipped tail with the usual Rapala lobe between veins 1a and 1b. The species can further be characterised by its ochreous undersides as is shown in the photograph which depicts a female specimen.

Habitat & Habits
To be detailed.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
It has been documented that its green and black caterpillar has been found on Eugenia grandis.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Early Stages Photos

Caterpillar
Pupa




Rapala dieneces dieneces

Scarlet Flash

Family: Lycaenidae
Subfamily: Lycaeninae
Genus Rapala
Species: dieneces
Subspecies: dieneces
Common Name: Scarlet Flash
Life History: partial
Extant in countries: •Singapore
Hostplants:

Description
This species is one of several Rapala species found here in Singapore. The males are red above with broad black borders almost like a small specimen of the Cornelian (Deudorix epijarbas cinnabarus). The females are brown above. The species possess a white-tipped tail with the usual Rapala lobe between veins 1a and 1b. The species can further be characterised by its ochreous undersides as is shown in the photograph which depicts a female specimen.

Habitat & Habits
To be detailed.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
It has been documented that its green and black caterpillar has been found on Eugenia grandis.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Early Stages Photos

Caterpillar
Pupa