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  Banded Treebrown

 

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A Banded Treebrown has a wingspan of up to 5.5 centimeters and the upper surface of the forewings is brown with a white band and two pale spots, whilst the underside of the wings is brown with whitish wavy lines and they have a series of ocelli along a whitish lined margin, i.e. the forewing has three ocelli, while the hindwing has six eye spots.

 

Most ocelli are roundish and have a white dot in their center, though some have two, i.e. a larger and a smaller one, and the sixth or last ocellus on the hindwing is an eight-shaped oval with two white dots, that looks like a two merger of two ocelli rather just one. See also List of Thai Insect Names.

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  Banded Treebrown