SUMMARY | PHOTO GALLERY | NEXT PICTURE | PREVIOUS PICTURE | | LEXICON

NATURE & GASTRONOMY

  

 

 

  Common Evening Brown (dry-season form)

 

PREVIOUS BUTTERFLY NEXT BUTTERFLY Thailand

The underside of the wings of a Common Evening Brown in its dry-season form resemble a dead leaf. Though, they may greatly vary in colour. This one was spotted in Chiang Mai and has pale tips to greyish-brown antennae, though others might have brown antennae with dark tips (fig.). See also List of Thai Insect Names.

INDEX BUTTERFLIES & MOTHS

See also WILDLIFE PICTURES.