Junonia orithya minagara
Male (pictured) about 2.5cm (1") black, white and orange forewing. Dorsal surface of the hind wing is a striking royal blue with two orange and black eye-spots on each. The leading edge of the fore wing is white as are antenna.
Found in gardens near Kelimutu National Park on Flores Island below the volcanos. Flying low over the ground and setting occasionally.
This one is a sub species called minagara found in Java, through the Indonesian archipelago. From a large sub family of Nymphalinae called True Brushfoots.
Lat: -8.75, Long: 121.85
Spotted on Mar 9, 2016
Submitted on May 8, 2016
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