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S No. Species Photo Species Name (Common Name)
Family: Papilionidae     SubFamily: Papilioninae
Members of this family are generally large striking flyer. They are also the largest butterflies in the world.
Although commonly known as Swallowtail Family, some of the species are tailless.
More photos of Chilasa clytia clytia Chilasa clytia clytia (Common Mime)
More photos of Graphium agamemnon agamemnon Graphium agamemnon agamemnon (Tailed Jay)
More photos of Graphium doson evemonides Graphium doson evemonides (Common Jay)
More photos of Graphium evemon eventus Graphium evemon eventus (Blue Jay)
More photos of Graphium sarpedon luctatius Graphium sarpedon luctatius (Common Bluebottle)
More photos of Pachliopta aristolochiae asteris Pachliopta aristolochiae asteris (Common Rose)
6*  More photos of <?= $nme_scientific_species ?> Pachliopta aristolochiae antiphus (Black Rose)
More photos of Papilio demoleus malayanus Papilio demoleus malayanus (Lime Butterfly)
More photos of Papilio demolion demolion Papilio demolion demolion (Banded Swallowtail)
More photos of Papilio iswara iswara Papilio iswara iswara (Great Helen)
10  More photos of Papilio memnon agenor Papilio memnon agenor (Great Mormon)
11  More photos of Papilio polytes romulus Papilio polytes romulus (Common Mormon)
12  More photos of Papilio prexaspes prexaspes Papilio prexaspes prexaspes (Blue Helen)
13  More photos of Pathysa antiphates itamputi Pathysa antiphates itamputi (Five Bar Swordtail)
14  More photos of Troides helena cerberus Troides helena cerberus (Common Birdwing)
Family: Pieridae     SubFamily: Coliadinae
The Pieridae family, commonly called the white and sulfurs, are highly variable in coloration in spite of their name.
The butterflies are generally medium in size.
15  More photos of Catopsilia pomona pomona Catopsilia pomona pomona (Lemon Emigrant)
16  More photos of Catopsilia pyranthe pyranthe Catopsilia pyranthe pyranthe (Mottled Emigrant)
17  More photos of Catopsilia scylla cornelia Catopsilia scylla cornelia (Orange Emigrant)
18  More photos of Eurema andersonii andersonii Eurema andersonii andersonii (Anderson's Grass Yellow)
19  More photos of Eurema blanda snelleni Eurema blanda snelleni (Three Spot Grass Yellow)
20  More photos of Eurema brigitta senna Eurema brigitta senna (No Brand Grass Yellow)
21  More photos of Eurema hecabe contubernalis Eurema hecabe contubernalis (Common Grass Yellow)
22  More photos of Eurema sari sodalis Eurema sari sodalis (Chocolate Grass Yellow)
23  More photos of Eurema simulatrix tecmessa Eurema simulatrix tecmessa (Hill Grass Yellow)
24  More photos of Gandaca harina distanti Gandaca harina distanti (Tree Yellow)
Family: Pieridae     SubFamily: Pierinae
The Pieridae family, commonly called the white and sulfurs, are highly variable in coloration in spite of their name.
The butterflies are generally medium in size.
25  More photos of Appias libythea olferna Appias libythea olferna (Striped Albatross)
26  More photos of Appias lyncida vasava Appias lyncida vasava (Chocolate Albatross)
27  More photos of Delias hyparete metarete Delias hyparete metarete (Painted Jezebel)
28  More photos of Hebomoia glaucippe aturia Hebomoia glaucippe aturia (Great Orange Tip)
29  More photos of Leptosia nina malayana Leptosia nina malayana (Psyche)
30  More photos of Pieris canidia canidia Pieris canidia canidia (Cabbage White)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Apaturinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
31  More photos of Eulaceura osteria kumana Eulaceura osteria kumana (Purple Duke)
32  More photos of Euripus nyctelius euploeoides Euripus nyctelius euploeoides (Courtesan)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Charaxinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
33  More photos of Charaxes solon echo Charaxes solon echo (Black Rajah)
34  More photos of Polyura hebe plautus Polyura hebe plautus (Plain Nawab)
35  More photos of Polyura schreiber tisamenus Polyura schreiber tisamenus (Blue Nawab)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Cyrestinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
36  More photos of Chersonesia peraka peraka Chersonesia peraka peraka (Little Maplet)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Danainae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
37  More photos of Danaus chrysippus chrysippus Danaus chrysippus chrysippus (Plain Tiger)
38  More photos of Danaus genutia genutia Danaus genutia genutia (Common Tiger)
39  More photos of Danaus melanippus hegesippus Danaus melanippus hegesippus (Black Veined Tiger)
40  More photos of Euploea crameri bremeri Euploea crameri bremeri (Spotted Black Crow)
41  More photos of Euploea eyndhovii gardineri Euploea eyndhovii gardineri (Striped Black Crow)
42  More photos of Euploea midamus singapura Euploea midamus singapura (Blue Spotted Crow)
43  More photos of Euploea mulciber mulciber Euploea mulciber mulciber (Striped Blue Crow)
44  More photos of Euploea phaenareta castelnaui Euploea phaenareta castelnaui (King Crow)
45  More photos of Euploea radamanthus radamanthus Euploea radamanthus radamanthus (Magpie Crow)
46  More photos of Euploea tulliolus ledereri Euploea tulliolus ledereri (Dwarf Crow)
47  More photos of Idea leuconoe chersonesia Idea leuconoe chersonesia (Mangrove Tree Nymph)
48  More photos of Idea stolli logani Idea stolli logani (Common Tree Nymph)
49  More photos of Ideopsis vulgaris macrina Ideopsis vulgaris macrina (Blue Glassy Tiger)
50  More photos of Parantica agleoides agleoides Parantica agleoides agleoides (Dark Glassy Tiger)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Heliconiinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
51  More photos of Acraea violae Acraea violae (Tawny Coster)
52  More photos of Cethosia cyane Cethosia cyane (Leopard Lacewing)
53  More photos of Cethosia hypsea hypsina Cethosia hypsea hypsina (Malay Lacewing)
54  More photos of Cethosia penthesilea methypsea Cethosia penthesilea methypsea (Plain Lacewing)
55  More photos of Cirrochroa emalea emalea Cirrochroa emalea emalea (Malay Yeoman)
56  More photos of Cirrochroa orissa orissa Cirrochroa orissa orissa (Banded Yeoman)
57  More photos of Cupha erymanthis lotis Cupha erymanthis lotis (Rustic)
58  More photos of Phalanta phalantha phalantha Phalanta phalantha phalantha (Leopard)
59  More photos of Terinos terpander robertsia Terinos terpander robertsia (Royal Assyrian)
60  More photos of Vidula dejone erotella Vidula dejone erotella (Cruiser)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Limenitidinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
61  More photos of Athyma asura idita Athyma asura idita (Studded Sergeant)
62  More photos of Athyma kanwa kanwa Athyma kanwa kanwa (Dot-Dash Sergeant)
63  More photos of Athyma nefte subrata Athyma nefte subrata (Colour Sergeant)
64  More photos of Athyma pravara helma Athyma pravara helma (Lance Sergeant)
65  More photos of Athyma reta moorei Athyma reta moorei (Malay Staff Sergeant)
66  More photos of Euthalia aconthea gurda Euthalia aconthea gurda (Baron)
67  More photos of Euthalia adonia pinwilli Euthalia adonia pinwilli (Green Baron)
68  More photos of Euthalia merta merta Euthalia merta merta (White Tipped Baron)
69  More photos of Euthalia monina monina Euthalia monina monina (Malay Baron)
70  More photos of Lasippa heliodore dorelia Lasippa heliodore dorelia (Burmese Lascar)
71  More photos of Lasippa tiga siaka Lasippa tiga siaka (Malayan Lascar)
72  More photos of Lebadea martha parkeri Lebadea martha parkeri (Knight)
72*  More photos of <?= $nme_scientific_species ?> Lebadea martha malayana (Knight)
73  More photos of Lexias canescens pardalina Lexias canescens pardalina (Yellow Archduke)
74  More photos of Lexias dirtea merguia Lexias dirtea merguia (Black Archduke)
75  More photos of Lexias pardalis dirteana Lexias pardalis dirteana (Archduke)
76  More photos of Moduza procris milonia Moduza procris milonia (Commander)
77  More photos of Neptis harita harita Neptis harita harita (Chocolate Sailor)
78  More photos of Neptis hylas papaja Neptis hylas papaja (Common Sailor)
79  More photos of Neptis leucoporos cresina Neptis leucoporos cresina (Grey Sailor)
80  More photos of Pandita sinope sinope Pandita sinope sinope (Colonel)
81  More photos of Pantoporia hordonia hordonia Pantoporia hordonia hordonia (Common Lascar)
82  More photos of Pantoporia paraka paraka Pantoporia paraka paraka (Perak Lascar)
83  More photos of Phaedyma columella singa Phaedyma columella singa (Short Banded Sailor)
84  More photos of Tanaecia iapis puseda Tanaecia iapis puseda (Horsfield's Baron)
85  More photos of Tanaecia pelea pelea Tanaecia pelea pelea (Malay Viscount)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Morphinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
86  More photos of Amathusia phidippus phidippus Amathusia phidippus phidippus (Palm King)
87  More photos of Discophora sondaica despoliata Discophora sondaica despoliata (Common Duffer)
88  More photos of Faunis canens arcesilas Faunis canens arcesilas (Common Faun)
89  More photos of Thaumantis klugius lucipor Thaumantis klugius lucipor (Dark Blue Jungle Glory)
90  More photos of Zeuxidia amethystus amethystus Zeuxidia amethystus amethystus (Saturn)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Nymphalinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
91  More photos of Doleschallia bisaltide bisaltide Doleschallia bisaltide bisaltide (Autumn Leaf)
91* 
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Nymphalinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
92  More photos of Hypolimnas anomala anomala Hypolimnas anomala anomala (Malayan Eggfly)
93  More photos of Hypolimnas bolina bolina Hypolimnas bolina bolina (Great Eggfly)
93*  More photos of <?= $nme_scientific_species ?> Hypolimnas bolina jacintha (Jacintha Eggfly)
94  Hypolimnas misippus misippus (Danaid Eggfly)
95  More photos of Junonia almana javana Junonia almana javana (Peacock Pansy)
96  More photos of Junonia atlites atlites Junonia atlites atlites (Grey Pansy)
97  More photos of Junonia hedonia ida Junonia hedonia ida (Chocolate Pansy)
98  More photos of Junonia orithya wallacei Junonia orithya wallacei (Blue Pansy)
99  More photos of Vanessa cardui Vanessa cardui (Painted Lady)
100  More photos of Vanessa indica indica Vanessa indica indica (Indian Red Admiral)
Family: Nymphalidae     SubFamily: Satyrinae
Members of this family are generally brush-footed butterflies, this refers to the reduced pair of the first legs or forelegs that are covered in dense hairs.
The front pair of legs is inconspicuous and much smaller that the other four.
They are not used for walking or holding but for cleaning their antennae and other parts of their body.
Butterflies in this family have a distinctive way of flying, after every wingbeat, they hold their wings stretched out from their body and glide for a while without moving their wings.
101  More photos of Elymnias hypermnestra agina Elymnias hypermnestra agina (Common Palmfly)
102  More photos of Elymnias panthera panthera Elymnias panthera panthera (Tawny Palmfly)
103  Elymnias penanga penanga (Pointed Palmfly)
104  More photos of Lethe europa malaya Lethe europa malaya (Bamboo Tree Brown)
105  More photos of Melanitis leda leda Melanitis leda leda (Common Evening Brown)
106  More photos of Mycalesis fusca fusca Mycalesis fusca fusca (Malayan Bush Brown)
107  More photos of Mycalesis mineus macromalayana Mycalesis mineus macromalayana (Dark Brand Bush Brown)
108  More photos of Mycalesis orseis nautilus Mycalesis orseis nautilus (Purple Bush Brown)
109  Mycalesis perseoides perseoides
110  More photos of Mycalesis perseus cepheus Mycalesis perseus cepheus (Dingy Bush Brown)
111  More photos of Mycalesis visala phamis Mycalesis visala phamis (Long Brand Bush Brown)
112  More photos of Orsotriaena medus cinerea Orsotriaena medus cinerea (Nigger)
113  More photos of Ypthima baldus newboldi Ypthima baldus newboldi (Common Five Ring)
114  More photos of Ypthima horsfieldii humei Ypthima horsfieldii humei
115  More photos of Ypthima huebneri Ypthima huebneri (Common Four Ring)
116  More photos of Ypthima pandocus corticaria Ypthima pandocus corticaria (Common Three Ring)
Family: Riodinidae     SubFamily: Riodininae
117  More photos of Abisara geza niya Abisara geza niya (Spotted Judy)
118  More photos of Abisara kausambi kausambi Abisara kausambi kausambi
119  More photos of Abisara saturata kausambioides Abisara saturata kausambioides (Malayan Plum Judy)
120  More photos of Abisara savitri savitri Abisara savitri savitri (Malay Tailed Judy)
121  More photos of Laxita thuisto thuisto Laxita thuisto thuisto (Lesser Harlequin)
122  More photos of Taxila haquinus haquinus Taxila haquinus haquinus (Harlequin)
Family: Lycaenidae     SubFamily: Curetinae
Nearly all Lycaenidae are small yet colorful butterflies. The family consisting of Hair-streaks, Coppers and Blues. Many species are associate with ants during their early stage of life and practise mutual symbiosis with ants.
123  More photos of Curetis santana malayica Curetis santana malayica (Malayan Sunbeam)
124  More photos of Curetis saronis sumatrana Curetis saronis sumatrana (Sumatran Sunbeam)
Family: Lycaenidae     SubFamily: Lycaeninae
Nearly all Lycaenidae are small yet colorful butterflies. The family consisting of Hair-streaks, Coppers and Blues. Many species are associate with ants during their early stage of life and practise mutual symbiosis with ants.
125  More photos of Acytolepis puspa lambi Acytolepis puspa lambi (Common Hedge Blue)
126  More photos of Ancema blanka blanka Ancema blanka blanka (Silver Royal)
127  More photos of Anthene emolus goberus Anthene emolus goberus (Ciliate Blue)
128  More photos of Anthene lycaenina miya Anthene lycaenina miya (Pointed Ciliate Blue)
129  More photos of Arhopala abseus abseus Arhopala abseus abseus (Aberrant Oakblue)
130  Arhopala aedias agnis (Large Metallic Oakblue)
131  Arhopala alitaeus mirabella
132  More photos of Arhopala ammon ammon Arhopala ammon ammon (Malayan Oakblue)
133  More photos of Arhopala amphimuta amphimuta Arhopala amphimuta amphimuta
134  Arhopala antimuta antimuta
135  More photos of Arhopala athada athada Arhopala athada athada (Vinous Oakblue)
136  More photos of Arhopala atosia malayana Arhopala atosia malayana (Tailed Disc Oakblue)
137  More photos of Arhopala aurea Arhopala aurea
138  More photos of Arhopala centaurus nakula Arhopala centaurus nakula (Centaur Oakblue)
139  More photos of Arhopala epimuta epiala Arhopala epimuta epiala (Common Disc Oakblue)
140  More photos of Arhopala eumolphus maxwelli Arhopala eumolphus maxwelli (Green Oakblue)
141  More photos of Arhopala major major Arhopala major major
142  Arhopala myrzala lammas
143  More photos of Arhopala pseudomuta pseudomuta Arhopala pseudomuta pseudomuta (Raffles' Oakblue)
144  More photos of Arhopala silhetensis adorea Arhopala silhetensis adorea (Sylhet Oakblue)
145  More photos of Arhopala trogon Arhopala trogon
146  More photos of Bindahara phocides phocides Bindahara phocides phocides (The Plane)
147  More photos of Caleta elna elvira Caleta elna elvira (Elbowed Pierrot)
148  More photos of Castalius rosimon rosimon Castalius rosimon rosimon (Common Pierrot)
149  More photos of Catapaecilma major emas Catapaecilma major emas (Gray Tinsel)
150  More photos of Catochrysops panormus exiguus Catochrysops panormus exiguus (Silver Forget-me-not)
151  More photos of Catochrysops strabo strabo Catochrysops strabo strabo (Forget-me-not)
152  More photos of Catopyrops ancyra Catopyrops ancyra (Ancyra Blue)
153  More photos of Cheritra freja frigga Cheritra freja frigga (Common Imperial)
154  More photos of Chilades pandava pandava Chilades pandava pandava (Cycad Blue)
155  More photos of Deudorix elioti Deudorix elioti (Eliot's Cornelian)
156  More photos of Deudorix epijarbas cinnabarus Deudorix epijarbas cinnabarus (Cornelian)
157  More photos of Drupadia ravindra moorei Drupadia ravindra moorei (Common Posy)
158  More photos of Drupadia rufotaenia rufotaenia Drupadia rufotaenia rufotaenia (Pygmy Posy)
159  More photos of Drupadia theda thesmia Drupadia theda thesmia (Dark Posy)
160  More photos of Eooxylides tharis distanti Eooxylides tharis distanti (Branded Imperial)
161  More photos of Euchrysops cnejus cnejus Euchrysops cnejus cnejus (Gram Blue)
162  More photos of Everes lacturnus rileyi Everes lacturnus rileyi (Indian Cupid)
163  More photos of Flos anniella anniella Flos anniella anniella
164  More photos of Flos apidanus saturatus Flos apidanus saturatus (Plain Plushblue)
165  More photos of Flos diardi capeta Flos diardi capeta (Bifid Plushblue)
166  More photos of Flos fulgida singhapura Flos fulgida singhapura (Shining Plushblue)
167  More photos of Horaga syrinx maenala Horaga syrinx maenala (Ambon Onyx)
168  More photos of Hypolycaena erylus teatus Hypolycaena erylus teatus (Common Tit)
169  More photos of Hypolycaena thecloides thecloides Hypolycaena thecloides thecloides (Dark Tit)
170  More photos of Ionolyce helicon merguiana Ionolyce helicon merguiana (Pointed Line Blue)
171  More photos of Iraota rochana boswelliana Iraota rochana boswelliana (Scarce Silverstreak)
172  More photos of Jacoona anasuja anasuja Jacoona anasuja anasuja (Great Imperial)
173  More photos of Jamides alecto ageladas Jamides alecto ageladas (Metallic Caerulean)
174  More photos of Jamides bochus nabonassar Jamides bochus nabonassar (Dark Caerulean)
175  Jamides caeruleus caeruleus (Sky Blue)
176  More photos of Jamides celeno aelianus Jamides celeno aelianus (Common Caerulean)
177  Jamides elpis pseudelpis (Glistering Caerulean)
178  More photos of Jamides malaccanus malaccanus Jamides malaccanus malaccanus (Malaccan Caerulean)
179  More photos of Lampides boeticus Lampides boeticus (Pea Blue / Long-tailed Blue)
180  More photos of Loxura atymnus fuconius Loxura atymnus fuconius (Yamfly)
181  More photos of Manto hypoleuca terana Manto hypoleuca terana (Green Imperial)
182  More photos of Megisba malaya sikkima Megisba malaya sikkima (The Malayan)
183  More photos of Nacaduba angusta kerriana Nacaduba angusta kerriana (White Four-Line Blue)
184  More photos of Nacaduba berenice icena Nacaduba berenice icena (Rounded Six-Line Blue)
185  Nacaduba beroe neon (Opaque Six-line Blue)
186  Nacaduba biocellata (Two Spotted Line Blue)
187  More photos of Nacaduba calauria malayica Nacaduba calauria malayica (Malayan Six-line Blue)
188  Nacaduba kurava nemana (Transparent Six Line Blue)
189  More photos of Nacaduba pactolus odon Nacaduba pactolus odon (Large Four-Line Blue)
190  More photos of Nacaduba pavana singapura Nacaduba pavana singapura (Small Four-line Blue)
191  More photos of Nacaduba sanaya elioti Nacaduba sanaya elioti (Jewel Four-Line Blue)
192  More photos of Neocheritra amrita amrita Neocheritra amrita amrita (Grand Imperial)
193  More photos of Neopithecops zalmora zalmora Neopithecops zalmora zalmora (Quaker)
194  More photos of Petrelaea dana dana Petrelaea dana dana (Dingy Line Blue)
195  More photos of Pratapa deva relata Pratapa deva relata (珀灰蝶)
196  Prosotas aluta nanda
197  More photos of Prosotas dubiosa lumpura Prosotas dubiosa lumpura (Tailless Line Blue)
198  More photos of Prosotas nora superdates Prosotas nora superdates (Common Line-Blue)
199  Pseudotajuria donatana donatana (Golden Royal)
200  Rachana jalindra burbona (Banded Royal)
201  More photos of Rapala dieneces dieneces Rapala dieneces dieneces (Scarlet Flash)
202  More photos of Rapala domitia domitia Rapala domitia domitia (Yellow Flash)
203  More photos of Rapala iarbus iarbus Rapala iarbus iarbus (Common Red Flash)
204  More photos of Rapala manea chozeba Rapala manea chozeba (Slate Flash)
205  More photos of Rapala pheretima sequeira Rapala pheretima sequeira (Copper Flash)
206  More photos of Rapala suffusa barthema Rapala suffusa barthema (Suffused Flash)
207  More photos of Rapala varuna orseis Rapala varuna orseis (Indigo Flash)
208  More photos of Remelana jangala travana Remelana jangala travana (Chocolate Royal)
209  More photos of Semanga superba deliciosa Semanga superba deliciosa
210  More photos of Sinthusa nasaka amba Sinthusa nasaka amba (Narrow Spark)
211  More photos of Spindasis lohita senama Spindasis lohita senama (Long-Banded Silverline)
212  More photos of Spindasis syama terana Spindasis syama terana (Club Silverline)
213  More photos of Surendra vivarna amisena Surendra vivarna amisena (Acacia Blue)
214  More photos of Tajuria cippus maxentius Tajuria cippus maxentius (Peacock Royal)
215  More photos of Tajuria dominus dominus Tajuria dominus dominus
216  More photos of Tajuria mantra mantra Tajuria mantra mantra (Felder's Royal)
217  More photos of Virachola kessuma deliochus Virachola kessuma deliochus (Pitcher Blue)
218  More photos of Zeltus amasa maximinianus Zeltus amasa maximinianus (Fluffy Tit)
219  More photos of Zizeeria maha serica Zizeeria maha serica (Pale Grass Blue)
220  More photos of Zizina otis lampa Zizina otis lampa (Lesser Grass Blue)
221  More photos of Zizula hylax pygmaea Zizula hylax pygmaea (Pygmy Grass Blue)
Family: Lycaenidae     SubFamily: Miletinae
Nearly all Lycaenidae are small yet colorful butterflies. The family consisting of Hair-streaks, Coppers and Blues. Many species are associate with ants during their early stage of life and practise mutual symbiosis with ants.
222  More photos of Allotinus unicolor unicolor Allotinus unicolor unicolor (Lesser Darkie)
223  Liphyra brassolis abbreviata (The Moth Butterfly)
224  More photos of Logania marmorata damis Logania marmorata damis (Pale Mottle)
225  More photos of Miletus biggsii biggsii Miletus biggsii biggsii (Biggs's Brownie)
226  More photos of Miletus gopara gopara Miletus gopara gopara (Round-band Brownie)
227  More photos of Miletus symethus petronius Miletus symethus petronius (Great Brownie)
228  More photos of Spalgis epius epius Spalgis epius epius (Apefly)
Family: Lycaenidae     SubFamily: Poritiinae
Nearly all Lycaenidae are small yet colorful butterflies. The family consisting of Hair-streaks, Coppers and Blues. Many species are associate with ants during their early stage of life and practise mutual symbiosis with ants.
229  More photos of Poritia philota philota Poritia philota philota (Malayan Gem)
230  More photos of Poritia sumatrae sumatrae Poritia sumatrae sumatrae (Sumatran Gem)
Family: Hesperiidae     SubFamily: Coeliadinae
Skippers, are generally small butterflies with thick head and big eyes. Skippers have small wings in proportion to their heavy bodies, therefore, these butterflies move their wings at a high speed when flying. This makes their flight extreme fast and darting.
231  More photos of Badamia exclamationis Badamia exclamationis (Brown Awl)
232  More photos of Bibasis sena uniformis Bibasis sena uniformis (Orange-Tail Awl)
233  More photos of Burara etelka Burara etelka (Great Orange Awlet)
234  More photos of Burara harisa consobrina Burara harisa consobrina (Orange Awlet)
235  More photos of Hasora badra badra Hasora badra badra (Common Awl)
236  More photos of Hasora chromus chromus Hasora chromus chromus (Common Banded Awl)
237  More photos of Hasora schoenherr chuza Hasora schoenherr chuza (Yellow Banded Awl)
238  More photos of Hasora taminatus malayana Hasora taminatus malayana (White Banded Awl)
239  More photos of Hasora vitta vitta Hasora vitta vitta (Plain Banded Awl)
Family: Hesperiidae     SubFamily: Hesperiinae
Skippers, are generally small butterflies with thick head and big eyes. Skippers have small wings in proportion to their heavy bodies, therefore, these butterflies move their wings at a high speed when flying. This makes their flight extreme fast and darting.
240  More photos of Ampittia dioscorides camertes Ampittia dioscorides camertes (Bush Hopper)
241  More photos of Ancistroides nigrita maura Ancistroides nigrita maura (Chocolate Demon)
242  More photos of Astictopterus jama jama Astictopterus jama jama (Forest Hopper)
243  Baoris farri farri (刺胫弄蝶)
244  More photos of Baoris oceia Baoris oceia (Paintbrush Swift)
245  More photos of Borbo cinnara cinnara Borbo cinnara cinnara (Formosan Swift)
246  Caltoris bromus bromus
247  More photos of Caltoris cormasa Caltoris cormasa (Full Stop Swift)
248  Caltoris philippina philippina
249  More photos of Cephrenes acalle niasicus Cephrenes acalle niasicus (Plain Palm Dart)
250  More photos of Cephrenes trichopepla Cephrenes trichopepla (Yellow Palm Dart)
251  More photos of Eetion elia Eetion elia (White Spot Palmer)
252  More photos of Erionota hiraca apicalis Erionota hiraca apicalis
253  More photos of Erionota thrax thrax Erionota thrax thrax (Banana Skipper)
254  More photos of Erionota torus Erionota torus (Giant skipper)
255  More photos of Gangara lebadea lebadea Gangara lebadea lebadea (Banded Redeye)
256  Gangara thyrsis thyrsis (Giant Redeye)
257  More photos of Halpe ormenes vilasina Halpe ormenes vilasina (Dark Banded Ace)
258  More photos of Hidari irava Hidari irava (Coconut Skipper)
259  More photos of Hyarotis adrastus praba Hyarotis adrastus praba (Tree Flitter)
260  More photos of Iambrix salsala salsala Iambrix salsala salsala (Chestnut Bob)
261  More photos of Iambrix stellifer Iambrix stellifer (Starry Bob)
262  More photos of Matapa aria Matapa aria (Common Redeye)
263  More photos of Notocrypta paralysos varians Notocrypta paralysos varians (Banded Demon)
264  More photos of Oriens gola pseudolus Oriens gola pseudolus (Common Dartlet)
265  More photos of Pelopidas agna agna Pelopidas agna agna (Little Branded Swift)
266  More photos of Pelopidas assamensis Pelopidas assamensis (Great Swift)
267  More photos of Pelopidas conjunctus conjunctus Pelopidas conjunctus conjunctus (Conjoined Swift)
268  More photos of Pelopidas mathias mathias Pelopidas mathias mathias (Small Branded Swift)
269  More photos of Pemara pugnans Pemara pugnans (Pugnacious Lancer)
270  More photos of Plastingia naga Plastingia naga (Chequered Lancer)
271  More photos of Plastingia pellonia Plastingia pellonia (Yellow Chequered Lancer)
272  More photos of Polytremis lubricans lubricans Polytremis lubricans lubricans (Contiguous Swift)
273  More photos of Potanthus omaha omaha Potanthus omaha omaha (Lesser Dart)
274  More photos of Potanthus serina Potanthus serina
275  More photos of Potanthus trachala tytleri Potanthus trachala tytleri (Detached Dart)
276  More photos of Pyroneura latoia latoia Pyroneura latoia latoia (Yellow Vein Lancer)
277  Quedara monteithi monteithi
278  More photos of Suastus everyx everyx Suastus everyx everyx
279  More photos of Suastus gremius gremius Suastus gremius gremius (Palm Bob)
280  More photos of Taractrocera archias quinta Taractrocera archias quinta
281  More photos of Taractrocera ardonia lamia Taractrocera ardonia lamia
282  More photos of Telicota augias augias Telicota augias augias (Palm Dart)
283  More photos of Telicota besta bina Telicota besta bina (Besta Palm Dart)
284  Telicota colon stinga (Common Palm Dart)
285  More photos of Telicota linna Telicota linna
286  More photos of Udaspes folus Udaspes folus (Grass Demon)
287  More photos of Unkana ambasa batara Unkana ambasa batara (Hoary Palmer)
288  Zela storeyi
289  More photos of Zographetus doxus Zographetus doxus
Family: Hesperiidae     SubFamily: Pyrginae
Skippers, are generally small butterflies with thick head and big eyes. Skippers have small wings in proportion to their heavy bodies, therefore, these butterflies move their wings at a high speed when flying. This makes their flight extreme fast and darting.
290  Celaenorrhinus asmara asmara
291  More photos of Gerosis limax dirae Gerosis limax dirae (Black and White Flat)
292  Gerosis sinica minima
293  More photos of Odina hieroglyphica ortina Odina hieroglyphica ortina (Hieroglyphic Flat)
294  More photos of Odontoptilum angulatum angulatum Odontoptilum angulatum angulatum (Chestnut Angle)
295  More photos of Pseudocoladenia dan dhyana Pseudocoladenia dan dhyana (Fulvous Pied Flat)
296  More photos of Tagiades calligana Tagiades calligana
297  More photos of Tagiades gana gana Tagiades gana gana (Large Snow Flat)
298  More photos of Tagiades japetus atticus Tagiades japetus atticus (Common Snow Flat)
299  More photos of Tagiades ultra Tagiades ultra
300  More photos of Tapena thwaitesi bornea Tapena thwaitesi bornea (Black Angle)
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