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    Callerebia spp

    Thank you Dr. Soew��

    Tshulthrim Today, 04:42 AM Go to last post

    Callerebia spp

    This is also Callerebia scanda.

    The similar species are.

    C. nirmala ;UnH with several ocelli, often

    Psyche Today, 03:54 AM Go to last post

    Callerebia spp

    Greetings from Bhutan!!!
    Dear Dr. Seow,
    What is the difference between Callerebia annada/scanda la, this is because Callerebia scanda I

    Tshulthrim Today, 12:15 AM Go to last post

    Doubtful IDs from Nepal

    Thank you so much, sir. Also I came to know that S. cephala will never have spots reduced like in most of my individuals.

    Nawab 16-Sep-2021, 09:06 PM Go to last post

    Doubtful IDs from Nepal

    They are all fairly typical dsf Scobura isota.

    S. isota & cephala have been much confused.

    Scobura cephala.

    Psyche 16-Sep-2021, 07:20 PM Go to last post

    Doubtful IDs from Nepal

    Thank you, sir. I need a serious confirmation on this one. Scobura isota isnt reported from Nepal before, and I found a bunch of these in east, near Sikkim

    Nawab 16-Sep-2021, 01:37 AM Go to last post
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