common evening brown
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|Melanitis leda, the common evening brown, is a common species of butterfly found flying at dusk. The flight of this species is erratic. They are found in Africa, South Asia and South-east Asia extending to parts of Australia. Wet-season form: Fore wing: apex subacute; termen slightly angulated just below apex, or straight. Upperside brown. Fore wing with two large subapical black spots, each with a smaller spot outwardly of pure white inwardly bordered by a ferruginous interrupted lunule; costal margin narrowly pale. Hind wing with a dark, white-centred, fulvous-ringed ocellus subterminally in interspace two, and the apical ocellus, sometimes also others of the ocelli,on the underside, showing through.|
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- [2015-04-17 3:11]
Hi Praveen,a magnificent specie of your country caught in an excellent way despite the ground location,very good details and bright colors,i like it! Have a nice WE and thanks,Luciano
Very well done.
Sharp, good light and background.
Wonder what you have as DOF: 0,5 Cm?