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|We have an open bird feed station on the parapet wall of our house terrace where crows, pigeons, bulbuls, mynahs and doves come during the day. The place is quite messy. Today afternoon, I found a pair of Common Baron butterflies and one Chocolate Pansy on the spot. They remained there for quite some, feeding on something from the messy surface with their long green tongues. Here is one of them. |
The Common Baron (Euthalia aconthea), often called simply baron, is a medium-sized nymphalid butterfly native to India and Southeast Asia. It flies with stiff wing beats and often glides. The wing is not flapped very far below the horizontal.
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very nice picture with good light and lovely colours
thanks gr lou
- [2015-10-29 11:10]
Hi Ram,very difficult pose and perspective,the result is still good and interesting,a specie not often seen on TN,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-10-29 11:15]
Lovely capture of this brown butterfly showing very sharp details of the beautiful wing pattern.Excellent composition and warm colours.
- [2015-10-29 14:04]
Beautiful picture taken from an excellent low POV in nice natural colours and fine sharpness.
- [2015-10-30 11:33]
Nnice image of a beautiful butterfly. Excellent detail and focus,nice colous.