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    Default Ypthima fasciata?

    Based on their fairly straight fasciae and the upperside image looking very much like the one in Ek-Amnuay 2014, I wonder if these are Y. fasciata.

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    Confirmation or correction much appreciate.

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    It is not Y. fasciata.

    Ypthima fasciata is strongly marked with 2 straight fasciae & the ocelli more nearly in line.
    http://insecta.pro/images/1024/41404.jpg
    https://i1.treknature.com/photos/9202/fasciata1.jpg
    http://www.samuibutterflies.com/02_i...fasciata.v.jpg

    The submarginal ocelli are well out of line & the upperside is different.

    From the upperside it is one of these three, Y. baldus. singorensis, or nebulosa.
    Perhaps Y. singorensis from the UnH straighter fasciae.

    You may download this article on Vietnamese Ypthima & check out page 33, fig 4 , 7 , & 10.
    file:///C:/Users/User/Documents/Uemura_Ypthima_Bull_Kit_Mus_Sr_A2_17-45_2004.pdf


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    Last edited by Psyche; 08-May-2019 at 07:05 AM.

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    Thank you.

    The article on Vietnamese Ypthima has not come through as a link.

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    Here it is the 1st link pdf.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=uemu...hrome&ie=UTF-8


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    It looks like it is Y. savara, a large 5-ring with two straight dark fascia.
    http://www.samuibutterflies.com/expe...ypthimasavara/


    It is not an exact match though.

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