That is very interesting; I didn't know that.
In the Adoliadini vein anastomosis can be variable.
In Euthalia the male has vein 11 & 12 free, but the female of some species may have them
I actually find the vein anastomosis and the bluish cell spot to be quite significant and these set them apart from the other species but since Lexias
Not really so. They all share having the FW cell lower cross-vein ending above the origin of vein 3.
Two from the eastern part ( Philippines L.
It is the type species of the genus but our local species apparently are structurally very different from it.
Thanks, Seow! I wouldn't have placed this Baron-looking species with the Archdukes!