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  • Butterfly of the Month - January 2017 The Common Yeoman (Cirrochroa tyche rotundata)



    As the last strains of Auld Lang Syne fade away, and the raucous "Happy New Years" subside amongst the crowds of new year gatherings all around the world, we are now in the year 2017. For many of us, it's back to work/school or the usual grind, as we face the coming year with anticipation (and good measure of trepidation), considering the uncertainty in the world that we live in today.

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    Psyche

    Skipper ID request

    Post 117.

    When it becomes very worn as here the appearance can be confusing.
    Although the HW have a reddish tone the overall markings

    Psyche 02-Dec-2022, 11:51 PM Go to last post
    Zicky

    Skipper ID request

    Dear Doctor Seow,

    I kindly request this identification for what i suspect is Zographetus species, Zographetus ogygia. The photo credit goes

    Zicky 02-Dec-2022, 09:30 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Arctornis in Singapore.

    Arctornis hipparia.


    This is an enigmatic species in as much as the type location is Singapore.
    Holloway states the following

    Psyche 29-Nov-2022, 05:16 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Arctornis in Singapore.

    Arctornis submarginata.
    Widespread species.
    Range India to Australia.
    A minor pest on tea in NE India. Also feed on Cinnamomum species.

    Psyche 27-Nov-2022, 07:55 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Arctornis in Singapore.

    Yes.
    A. singaporensis; No discal spot; no corrugation, green veins ;vein-stripes enhanced in the female.


    Corrugation : formings

    Psyche 27-Nov-2022, 07:22 PM Go to last post
    Zicky

    Arctornis in Singapore.

    Dear Doctor Seow,

    Would then this observation be faded female Arctornis singaporensis?
    I do not understand the part where scale structure

    Zicky 27-Nov-2022, 11:29 AM Go to last post
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