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Photo #20718: Dryas iulia


Dryas iulia

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Base gallery. Upperside. Alive insect.

Photo: Alex Dumchus. Image redone at the website. Identified by: Eugene Karolinskiy

Date and time, location shooting/catching: 2013-01-21 00:00:00, Тайланд, о.Самуи, юго-восток острова, сад бабочек

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05.02.2013 15:58, Alex Dumchus

Evgeny, I put photos of all Junonia caught on there. I feel one of them is Coenia.

05.02.2013 3:06, Eugene Karolinskiy

Coenia is from that very hood, but there are plenty of local Junonia in Southeast Asia. Are you sure that was coenia? Never heard of coenia's acclimatization.

04.02.2013 20:00, Alex Dumchus

Did it settle. Flies in masses in the jungles, though look paler than its South American brother. Apropos, don't Junonia coenia and other Junonia from that hood (America) as well? They're very common butterflies on Samui.

04.02.2013 14:39, Peter Khramov

Well, why "why"? ;--)

04.02.2013 4:17, Eugene Karolinskiy

Dryas iulia, neotropical species. By the way, this one has already settled in Thailand, supposedly after fled from one of such butterfly gardens (why do they even exist???:))

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