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Glassy Tiger Pupa

Parantica aglea


Glassy Tiger is commonly found in the wet zone. It's pupa can be identified by the two rows of transverse black spots in the abdominal segments and the scattered silvery spots spread throughout the thorax. Host plant - Tylophora Pauciflora

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Irandi Munasinghe
Irandi Munasinghe 5 years ago

Thankyou Dawn Lopez-Garanzuay! :)

That is a cool chrysalis! Thank you for sharing your spotting!

Irandi Munasinghe
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Irandi Munasinghe

Colombo, Western Province, Sri Lanka

Spotted on Jan 26, 2019
Submitted on May 16, 2019

Spotted for Mission

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