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Early entomologists considered Catopsilia pomona and Catopsilia crocale to be separate species, but it is now scientifically proven that both are forms of the. Catopsilia pomona, commonly called the Common Emigrant, is a medium-sized Pierid butterfly found in Asia and parts of Australia. The species gets its. Catopsilia pomona (Specimen: courtesy of the Butterfly House, Coffs Harbour). The Caterpillar is green with a dark dorsal stripe, and has a pale green head with .

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Larval Host Plants of C. Obscura van den Bergh Tijdschr. Bombay Natural History Society. Catopsilia sennalba Butler, MS? Madagascar Callidryas fiaduna Hewitson, ; Ill.

The hind wing is typically uniform, without markings; in var. Share on facebook Share by email. The borders broader in female.

Floral attributes are well known to influence nectar feeding butterflies. The ‘ crocale ‘ and ‘catilla ‘ forms are both widespread. Books and Book Reviews Book Review: The fast flying adults can be found all over the island, at places such as the nature reserves, urban gardens, wastelands and housing estates. Nomenclature and Classification Nomenclature and Classification.

User Group specific search options Title. Species composition and seasonal variation of butterflies in Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, Jharkhand, Indi Systematic Index IOrnithoptera and Papilio: Pupation takes place low to the ground. The present study was conducted to understand the species richness of butterflies in the Kerala Agr Contact us to obtain large data downloads and access to bulk information from these websites for collaborative basic science and conservation research projects, or other purposes.

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Search in all groups Search within this group. Catopsilia scylla philea ; [ NHM card ].

The caterpillar when fully grown produces 2 morphs, one being yellowish green peppered with tiny black dots, and the other being pale yellowish brown. Pieridae, Weisslinge in Seitz, Gross-Schmett. Species specific search options Taxon Hierarchy.

Larva on Cassia siameaC. Also included are relations with products grown and stored by man plagues. They are laid singly or in small batches on the foodplants.

Male wingspot color Odonata. Each tubercle has a short seta emerging from the middle of catopilia. BOI website is produced by: Copyright infringement is a violation of law and is subject to criminal and civil penalties. Female face color Odonata. The spiracles are oval, shiny and white.

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A Synoptic Catalogue of the Butterflies of India ed. Catopsilia pyranthe pythias ; [ NHM card ]. Antennae red, obscurely dotted with black, palpi and head above red, thorax clothed with long yellow, sometimes greenish hairs, abdomen pale yellow ; beneath: Underside both wings yellow.

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For other butterflies with this name, see Catopsilia. Posted by Horace at 8: Beccaloni and Luis M. Dunn,Review Austr.

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No, it’s a Butterfly!! A New Taxon for Singapore! Other host plants include Butea monospermaCassia fistulaBauhinia species, Pterocarpus indicusSenna alata and Sesbania species. Po,ona Occurrence Occurrence Records. It is attached by the cremaster and a silken girdle to the underside of a leaf, or to a stem.

It has a white head capsule bearing several short setae.

Catopsilia pomona – Lemon Emigrant – Butterflies of India

Vidarbha region of Maharashtra State, India, is gifted with diverse butterfly habitats. Diversity and endemism of butterflies of montane forests of Eravikulam National Park in the Catopsi,ia Gh Adult behaviour The butterflies are strongly migratory in habit, and can be seen flying in undulating “strings” of a dozen or so catopsilix, travelling up and down the rivers which they use as migration corridors linking their high and low elevation breeding sites.

The spiracles are covered with a continuous white line.