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  Common Bushbrown (wet-season form)

 

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A Common Bushbrown in the wet-season form, showing a number of orange-black eyespots, near the multiple-fringed wing-edges, each with a central white spot, and separated from the rest of the otherwise plane brown wing, by a white vertical stripe. This butterfly is also known as Dingy Bushbrown, and was spotted in Chiang Mai. See also List of Thai Insect Names.

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