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Rounded Palm-redeye

Erionota torus


Wing span (at rest) : ~1.25cm Season : Rainy season Time : 3:30pm 07Oct2021 Frequency : Very Rare Life stage : adult


Spotted inside the car parking very close to open abandoned area with lot of plants.

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m.prasad.369 a month ago

@Francis Floe, It's okay; even I was upset on that day. I sincerely appreciate your concern about it. Thank you! :)

Francis Floe
Francis Floe a month ago

Hello m.prasad.369, thanks for the info 👍, I was just wondering what happened to it.

m.prasad.369 a month ago

Hi Francis Floe, I'm not sure. When I last observed, it was lying, in the middle of the path, shivering it's wings (usually this happens before butterflies/moths take flight, especially in cold weather, as a muscle warm up exercise). I didn't know what happened to it and how it's wings were reversed. I shifted it carefully to a lonely place. After few hours, it was not there. I thought it flew away.

m.prasad.369 a month ago

Thank you Ornithoptera80! :)
It looks male as abdomen is slender. Females have Plumpy abdomen in the referred link.

Francis Floe
Francis Floe a month ago

Did it died in the last photo?

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Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Spotted on Oct 7, 2021
Submitted on Nov 28, 2021


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