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Indian Wanderer (female)

Pareronia hippia


The Indian Wanderer (Pareronia hippia) is a medium sized butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the Yellows and Whites, and is found in India. There seem to be 2 Female dimorphs, of which this one is the most common. The second one has bright yellow colour at the base of the wings, and is more rare.


Seen in a park on the side of Arunachala Mountain.


Looking for help to ID this butterfly. A new spotting for me in this area.

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Indian Wanderer - Female
Pareronia cf. hippia!/sp/485/Pareronia-hippia

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pamsai 7 years ago

thanks Nuwan. Think it looks more like the Indian wanderer... Solves the problem of another one I saw at the edge of the park and only got a closed wing shot!

NuwanChathuranga 7 years ago

Female Dark Wanderer is also a possibility

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Tamil Nadu, India

Spotted on Nov 26, 2014
Submitted on Nov 26, 2014


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