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    In his third book on Indian butterflies, Bombay Natural History Society Deputy Director Isaac Kehimkar describes 1,025 species and subspecies butterflies that occur in the Indian subcontinent. His two earlier books, Common Butterflies of India and The Book of Indian Butterflies (2008) had been well received, and this third book takes it to another level, covering a much larger number of species than previously featured.

    Read the full article @ http://butterflycircle.blogspot.sg/2...-of-india.html
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    Psyche

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    Post 119.

    Yes. This would be Amathusia friderici.
    Since it feeds on the common oil palm it is not rare in P. Ubin.

    Psyche Today, 01:50 AM Go to last post
    Zicky

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    Dear Doctor Seow,
    I was scrolling through forums and was reading the ID features for amathusia species, would this, based on the notched 4th brown

    Zicky Today, 12:57 AM Go to last post
    LJK1410

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    Hi Dr Seow,

    Got a Telicota sp. I need help with. The veins are only slightly raised and not darkened, undersides and face seem slightly

    LJK1410 Yesterday, 11:29 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Nacaduba sp from Chiang Mai city

    It is a female Nacaduba berenice aphya. (Note long labial palps of female.)

    N. berenice.
    FW margin rounded in male.
    FW postdiscal

    Psyche Yesterday, 11:10 PM Go to last post
    DaveChiangMai

    Nacaduba sp from Chiang Mai city

    This I photographed in my Chiang Mai city garden, 4 Dec 22. In 7 years of observing butterflies in the garden I have not to date ever seen a Nacaduba

    DaveChiangMai Yesterday, 12:02 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

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    Post 117.

    When it becomes very worn as here the appearance can be confusing.
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    Psyche 02-Dec-2022, 11:51 PM Go to last post
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