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The Yellow Pansy

Junonia hierta


The underside of the forewing is pale yellow. The cellis is crossed by three laterally black-margined orange-yellow bars, beyond that is a short, broad, irregular jet-black oblique band from costa to base of vein 4. The hindwing is greyish yellow, and in the dry-season it's form is strongly irrorated with dusky scales. With a prominent transverse brown discal fascia, its margins are highly sinuous.


The Yellow Pansy, Junonia hierta, is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in the Palaeotropics. It is usually seen in open scrub and grassland habitats.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Ashish 9 years ago
Yellow Pansy Male
Junonia hierta Junonia hierta

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SuranjanMithra 9 years ago

oops ...ok thanks

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 9 years ago

Hello Suranjan..
Each specie shoudls have separate spotting.
Please delete all pictures of other species compared to first picture...

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Karnataka, India

Spotted on Oct 19, 2011
Submitted on Nov 8, 2011


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