Red Lacewing Butterfly


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A Red Lacewing Butterfly from the ( O.B.C. ).

From the handbook: There are two female forms of this butterfly: one resembles the male, the other has a dull green ground color. The undersides of both sexes are orange-red with lacy patterns of white lines outlined in black. Several species in the genus are similar. These butterflies are on the wing throughout the year.

Widespread from northern India to China, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

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10 comments
    • May be! Thanks for stopping in Laurie 🙂

      • Seriously, they’re are lovely pictures.

  1. He is so beautiful inside and outside..

  2. wow, the color combination in the first is just beautiful, not to mention vivid. We seem to have similar draws to our photography subjects, I am following you amd I am excited to see more of your work!

    • talain45 said:

      Thank you, glad to have you aboard. I’ve had an opportunity to visit your blog, splendid work, nice compositions and all, I return the favor and I follow you as well. Look forward to more. 🙂

  3. Of course I’m aboard! Your photos are amazing, and I look forward to seeing more and maybe learning a thing or two from you! Thank you for the welcome!

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