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|The Monkey Puzzle, Rathinda amor (Fabricius) is a small lycaenid or blue butterfly found in south Asia.|
The underside of the butterfly is white to dark yellowish brown. Forewing has irregular dark basal markings with a curved white discal line. The apical two-fifths are a rich dark brown colour. The hindwing has a silvery margin with many irregular black lines and spots within. It has three tails, being 2 mm, 6 mm and 2.5 mm in length.
The quantity of white colour on the underside of the butterfly helps to identify the sexes. For the female the quantity of white is more than the male… In this case it is the male...
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this is really a nice capture Sandip! very marvelous work you done with your camera limitation. congratulation.
very sharp well composed picture.
Yesterday I was noticed this beautiful posting, but unfortunately nobody post any remarks on it, I don't know why? any way keep it up.
my sincere good wishes for good photography.
Very good capture!