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    Does looks a good match .
    http://yutaka.it-n.jp/lyc4/80680010.html

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    Post 5.

    Celaerrhinus aurivittatus This has a more regular band with a shallow excavation in space 1b.

    In C. dhanada the band is irregularly notched on the outer margin; strongly excavated in space 1b on the inner margin.
    The band extend further down to vein 1b especially in the male & always so on the underside in both sexes.
    http://yutaka.it-n.jp/hes/90550001.html
    http://yutaka.it-n.jp/hes/90520010.html

    2. Zizina otis.

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    Post 6.

    Arhopala matches A. moolaiana except the HW white dot on the cilia is not visible.

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    Greetings from India!!!!

    Dear Antonio Giudici,
    In your A. puspa gisca, having no basal spot in vein 7 or space 7. In our Indian subcontinent, having black basal spot in vein 7 or space 7. What will be probable reason for this kind of difference. Is it happened only for subspecies gisca?

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflyrajib View Post
    Greetings from India!!!!

    Dear Antonio Giudici,
    In your A. puspa gisca, having no basal spot in vein 7 or space 7. In our Indian subcontinent, having black basal spot in vein 7 or space 7. What will be probable reason for this kind of difference. Is it happened only for subspecies gisca?

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    The Post 5 shot has been overlooked.
    IT is actually Lestranicus transpectus.
    The HW have a large dark spot 7, a smaller spot 6 below it, a small spot at the base of space 1b, & the submarginal lunules joined into a zigzag line.
    https://species.wikimedia.org/wiki/L...aleUpUnAC1.jpg
    http://yutaka.it-n.jp/lyc4/80750001.html

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