Ypthima fasciata torone

Family: Nymphalidae
Subfamily: Satyrinae
Genus Ypthima
Species: fasciata
Subspecies: torone
Life History: incomplete
Extant in countries: •Singapore

Description
This Satyrinae is rather rare in Singapore. Unlike its more common cousin, the Common Three Ring, this butterfly has a total of six rings or "eyes" on the underside of the hindwing. The last pair of rings is usually counted as one.

Habitat & Habits
The species is believed to feed on grasses and is usually found in shaded areas in the underbrush. An unattractive butterfly, Ypthima fasciata is usually ignored by most observers.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
To be detailed.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Ypthima fasciata torone

Family: Nymphalidae
Subfamily: Satyrinae
Genus Ypthima
Species: fasciata
Subspecies: torone
Life History: incomplete
Extant in countries: •Singapore

Description
This Satyrinae is rather rare in Singapore. Unlike its more common cousin, the Common Three Ring, this butterfly has a total of six rings or "eyes" on the underside of the hindwing. The last pair of rings is usually counted as one.

Habitat & Habits
The species is believed to feed on grasses and is usually found in shaded areas in the underbrush. An unattractive butterfly, Ypthima fasciata is usually ignored by most observers.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
To be detailed.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Early Stages Photos





Ypthima fasciata torone

Family: Nymphalidae
Subfamily: Satyrinae
Genus Ypthima
Species: fasciata
Subspecies: torone
Life History: incomplete
Extant in countries: •Singapore

Description
This Satyrinae is rather rare in Singapore. Unlike its more common cousin, the Common Three Ring, this butterfly has a total of six rings or "eyes" on the underside of the hindwing. The last pair of rings is usually counted as one.

Habitat & Habits
The species is believed to feed on grasses and is usually found in shaded areas in the underbrush. An unattractive butterfly, Ypthima fasciata is usually ignored by most observers.

Other Observations
To be detailed.

Early Stages
To be detailed.

Further Reading
To be detailed.

Early Stages Photos