Monday, August 20, 2012

Dark-brand Bushbrown (Mycalesis mineus)

The butterfly flies over the entire island up to about 2500ft elevations. But it is much common in the low country grasslands. Larva feeds on varies plants of family Poaceae. This can be easily distinguished from the similar Common Bushbrown by four lower ocelli of hind wing. They lie in straight line of this species.

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