Dark-branded Bushbrown or Dark Brand Bush Brown
Scientific name: Mycalesis mineus
Mycalesis mineus, the dark-branded bushbrown or dark brand bush brown, is a species of satyrine butterfly found in Asia. (Wikipedia)
Greater Coucal Bird | Chemboth | Uppan | Crow Pheasant
Scietific Name: Centropus sinensis
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Stream Ruby (Rhinocypha bisignata) is a damselfly belonging to Chlorociphidae family (known as stream jewels). It can be found near streams, especially forest streams of South India.www.indianwildlifephotographer.comMacro 20.05.2015
Melanitis leda, the common evening brown, is a common species of butterfly found flying at dusk. The flight of this species is erratic. They are found in Africa, South Asia and South-east Asia extending to parts of Australia. Wet-season form: Fore wing: apex subacute; termen slightly angulated just below apex, or straight. UppersideButterfly 16.04.2015
The Brown King Crow (Euploea klugii) is a butterfly found in India and Southeast Asia that belongs to the Crows and Tigers, that is, the Danaid group of the Brush-footed butterflies family.Butterfly 20.10.2014
The Common Jezebel (Delias eucharis) is a medium sized pierid butterfly found in many areas of South and Southeast Asia, especially in the non-arid regions of India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Myanmar and Thailand. The Common Jezebel is one of the most common of the approximately 225 described species in the genus Delias.Butterfly 24.11.2014
Caleta caleta, the angled pierrot, is a species of blue butterfly found in South Asia.
Male upperside is dark brownish black, a broad medial oblique white band across both fore and hind wings, not extended on the fore wing above vein 5, above vein 3 produced shortly outwards and downwards into a hook-like form. Underside:
The Centaur Oakblue or Dull Oakblue (Arhopala centaurus) is a species of lycaenid or blue butterfly found in Asia.Butterfly 30.03.2015
Papilio demoleus is a common and widespread swallowtail butterfly. The butterfly is also known as the common lime butterfly, lemon butterfly, lime swallowtail, small citrus butterfly, chequered swallowtail, dingy swallowtail and citrus swallowtail. These common names refer to their host plants, which are usually citrus species such
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Orsotriaena medus is a butterfly found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australia. The butterfly has historically been called the "nigger", but it has been renamed in Australian faunal works to the socially acceptable name of smooth-eyed bushbrown. Orsotriaena medus is a medium-sized butterfly with wingspan of 45 to 55 mm (1.8 toButterfly 13.04.2015
The Common Castor (Ariadne merione) is an orange butterfly with brown lines whose larvae feed almost exclusively on Castor Ricinus communis. It is similar in appearance to Ariadne ariadne, the Angled Castor.
This species is found in south-eastern Asia. Their wingspan ranges between 30–35 mm. Like others in the Nymphalidae
The Common Fourring Ypthima huebneri is a species of Satyrinae butterfly found in Asia.Butterfly 05.02.2015
The Tawny Coster (Acraea terpsicore) is a small, 53 millimetres (2.1-5 in), leathery, winged butterfly which is common in grassland and scrub habitats. It belongs to the Nymphalidae or brush-footed butterfly family. It has a weak fluttery flight. It is avoided by most insect predators. This species and the Yellow Coster (Acraea issoria)Butterfly 03.02.2015
The Dark-branded Bushbrown , Mycalesis mineus, is a species of satyrine butterfly found in Asia.
Wet-season form.— Upperside dark vandyke-brown; fore and hind wings with slender subterminai and terminal pale lines. Fore wing with a single white-centred, fulvous-ringed, black ocellus, generally set in a square pale area,