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  Yamfly

 

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A Yamfly, spotted at Erawan National Park  (fig.) in Kanchanaburi. The underside of the wings is pale tawny with diffuse dark markings. The head and body is brownish-grey, while the antennae are blackish-grey with an orange tip.

 

Above, the wings are bright tawny with blackish marginal bands, that are darker and wider on the forewings and more diffuse and narrower on the hindwings, which end in short swallow-tail appendixes of which the tip is white. See also List of Thai Insect Names.

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