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|The Common Fourring, Ypthima huebneri, is a species of Satyrinae butterfly found in Asia.|
Upperside greyish brown. Fore wing with the usual comparatively large, bi-pupilled, yellow-ringed, black pre-apical ocellus. Hind wing usually with two, sometimes with three, very rarely without any, smaller similar uni-pupilled post-discal ocelli. Underside greyish white, not very densely covered with transverse short brown striae. Fore wing with the preapical ocellus as on the upperside, obscure discal and subterminal dull brown transverse fasciae and a narrow brown ring round the ocellus diffusely produced posteriorly. Hind wing with one apical and typically three postdiscal posterior ocelli placed in a curve; traces of transverse brown discal and subterminal fasciae in most specimens. Antenna, head, thorax and abdomen greyish brown, the abdomen paler beneath. Male without secondary sex-mark.
Similar, somewhat paler on both upper and under sides; the discal and subterminal transverse fasciae more pronounced; the ocelli on the underside of the hind wing minute or absent.
Throughout peninsular India, Assam, Burma and Malaysia
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顏色鮮豔華麗 第一次見到這品種 很稀奇
Another nice picture from you.
Perfect sharpness and colour.
Ciao Ram, great macro of lovely butterfly, I never see before, fine details, excellent clarity, splendid light and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
good sharpness picture of this beautiful coloured butterfly
a little bit from the other side because the leave on the front is disturbing
thanks greeting lou
- [2013-12-02 15:07]
Hi Ram,the pic is a bit strange,especially close to the left of butterfly,but the details on the fourring are very good despite the diagonal pose,excellent colors too.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2013-12-03 2:27]
nice photo butterfly,nice species ypthima,regards..