Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Three-spot Grass Yellow (Eurema blanda silhetana)


Three-spot Grass Yellow is a very common insect found in the low country wet zone and hills while becoming rare towards the North of the country. The larva feeds on Hulan Mara/Kabal Mara (Albizia chinensis), Rata-tora (Cassia alata), Black wattle (Acacia decurrens) and various other plants of family Fabaceae

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