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  Grey Pansy

 

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A Grey Pansy, spotted at Sai Yohk Noi Waterfall (fig.) in Kanchanaburi. Above, the wings of both sexes are pale greyish-brown, with the apical half of the wings somewhat paler and a cell with, three transverse, short, sinuous black bands on the forewings.

 

It has several marginal oval spots placed at certain intervals, some half-ochre half-black, with a black-and-white border and a white dot at the center, others plain white with a black border and a black dot at the center. The upper body is mostly lavender-brown. This particular one has somewhat battered wings. See also List of Thai Insect Names.

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  Grey Pansy