Anartia Amathea Roeselia
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|Anartia Amathea Roeselia.|
Scientific Name: Anartia Amathea Roeselia
Amplitude eave: of 27 to 30 mm similar Sexes.
Previous wing of color dark coffee. With strip orange in the average area points small of white color in the postaverage area. Later wing of color dark coffee. With postaverage white strip.
Habitat: Secondary, wild of ways bordered by planice, open areas.
Eggs: of yellowish green color, solitary positions. Larva in fifth stage: capsule of the black head. With two horns with fine thorns in the axis. Black body with reddish spots and thorns. The body this place setting of fine graft thorns.
Pupa: green jade translúcid, with very few dark spots.
Feeding: The adults visit the flowers of Lantana camara.
Relations: Hospedera plant: Ruellia sp., Justice sp., Blechum sp., Dicliptera sp. (Acanthaceae).
Distribution: From Centroamerica to Argentina.
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Esto es una mariposa muy hermosa. Me gusta mucho los colores pero por que... (My spanish ends here for now, but I told you that I'm learning from your notes!). Anyway what I'm trying to say is why you left that sun ray across the butterfly? Kinda spoil it. I did a workshop trying to get rid of that ray (It was pretty complicate) aniway, have a look.
- [2005-11-27 6:50]
Wonderful butterfly Ricardo!
Peaty the shadow over the wings.
Excelent notes too!