Tarucus nara

Tarucus nara Kollar, 1848 – Striped Pierrot
Family- Lycaenidae



Ventral view. Belgachi Railgate Para, Chuadanga. 21-07-2015

Status: Uncommon. Habit and Habitat: Found in all types of habitats namely homestead vegetation, farmland, agriculture field, roadside bushes, gardens, disturbed lands, hills, forests and deciduous forest. Flight fast. Commonly seen on ground level bushes and visiting the flowers close to ground. Local Distribution: Widely distributed. Range: Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka

Published: 13/11/2016