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Common Five Ring (Ypthima baldus newboldi)

Common Five Ring

or Ypthima baldus newboldi, if you want to be clever. is that a silent p, do you think?

Adults are normally seen flying low among vegetation often along hedgerows at the side of forests. As with other Satyrinae members, the adults fly in an erratic and jerky manner.

You can often see them sun-bathe with fully opened wings in sunny conditions, like these pictures show.

oh, how did you sneak in?


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