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A smaller spot near the apex is also present. Hypolimnas misippus Linnaeus Citation attribution CS1 maint: Short and thick; light brown, without metallic spots, variegated and streaked with bistre, particularly towards the inaroa and tail.
Fauna of British India. The hindwing has a larger white spot but the veins crossing it are yellowish and not as prominent as on the forewing. A Synoptic Catalogue of the Butterflies of India.
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Retrieved from ” https: Similar to the first form, but on the forewing the oblique series of: Cilia of forewings and hindwings white alternated with black. These spots are crossed by the black veins and bordered in iridescent blue that is visible only at certain angles.
Hypolimnas misippusthe Danaid eggfly  mimic or diademis a widespread species of nymphalid butterfly. Lovell Reeve and Co. Bingham, Charles Thomas catalogud From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Glossary of entomology terms. Wikisource has original text related to this article: Danaid eggfly male, upperside female, upperside Scientific classification Kingdom: Females are in multiple forms that include male-like forms while others closely resemble the toxic butterflies Danaus chrysippus and Danaus plexippus.
They are found across Africa, Asia,  and Australia. Papilio misippus Linnaeus, Diadema misippus Papilio inaria Cramer, Hypolimnas alcippoides Butler, Hypolimnas misippus ab. Males are blackish with distinctive white spots that are fringed in blue.
Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen dark brown; beneath, the palpi and thorax white, the abdomen chestnut. Additions to the known larval host plants of Indian butterflies.
The male has the upperwings dark velvety brownish black. Cilia of both forewings and hindwings white catalogie with black. The forewing has a broad white oval spot between veins 3 and 7.
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