Euthalia lubentina

Euthalia lubentina lubentina Cramer, 1777 – Gaudy Baron
Family- Nymphalidae



Male. Jahangirnagar University Campus, Dhaka. 27-01-2012


Male. Jahangirnagar University Campus, Dhaka. 27-01-2012


Male. Jahangirnagar University Campus, Dhaka. 27-01-2012


Male. Jahangirnagar University Campus, Dhaka. 27-01-2012


Female. Lawachara National Park, Maulvi Bazar. 19-06-2015

Status: Rare. Habit and Habitat: Fast flier. Found in the forested areas such as mixed-evergreen, deciduous and hill forests. Often seen feeding on rotten and ripen fruits and tree sap. Occasionally visiting flowers. Male and female have differences in the upper side of fore wing. Female have large white spots but male have not, both have iridescent dark green upper parts. Local Distribution: Southeast, northeast and central regions. Range: Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, India and China