Monday, May 20, 2024
Eastern Courtier Butterfly

Sephisa Chandra (Eastern Courtier)

Sephisa Chandra (Eastern Courtier) is a Butterfly of family Nymphalidae .The Male of Eastern Courtier is similar to the Western Courtier and the female has various forms all of which have more elongated , rounded wings
Indian Cabbage White Pieris canidia (Linnaeus, 1768)

Pieris Canidia (Indian Cobage White)

Pieris canidia, (Indian cabbage white) is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. Indian Cobage White is one of the common butterfly in the family Pieridae. It lives from 2,000 to 11,000 ft (610 to 3,350 m) elevation.
Common Map Butterfly

Cyrestis Thyodamas (Common Map)

Cyrestis thyodamas(Common Map) is a butterfly of family Nymphalidae. The common map butterfly can easily identified for their attractive patterns of fine lines and their short-tailed hindwings.

Danaus Genutia Genutia (Common Tiger)

Common Tiger is a one of the common butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The Danaus Genutia Genutia is closely similar to the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) of the Americas. Both sexes of the butterfly have tawny wings with veins marked with broad black bands

Leptosia Nina (Psyche)

psyche is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae is found in Indian subcontinent, southeast Asia and Australia. The upper forewing has a black spot on a mainly white background. The flight is weak and erratic and the body of the butterfly bobs up and down as it beats its wings. They fly low over the grass and the butterfly rarely leaves the ground level.

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