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  Mottled Emigrant

 

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The upper-wings of adult male Mottled Emigrants are chalky yellowish-white, sometimes slightly tinted with green and with or without a dark spot on the forewing, that varies in size. The underwings are of a similar colour, often with brownish circular marks and small brownish spots. Females are similar, but the forewings of the upper-wings always have a brownish circular mark, that varies in size between individuals.

 

The underside of hind-wings usually have a series of brownish circular marks, habitually filled with white and often also with some smaller completely brownish spots. See also List of Thai Insect Names.

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  Mottled Emigrant