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Butterflies of temperate Asia
Dark Judy
Abisara fylla  WESTWOOD, 1851
Family - RIODINIDAE
subfamily - RIODININAE
Tribe -
Abisara fylla Sichuan, China Tony Hoare
Introduction
There are about 30 species in the genus Abisara, of which 11 are African, while the remainder are found in temperate regions of Asia. The commonest and most widespread species is the Plum Judy Abisara echerius which is found from India to China, and south from the Philippines to Sulawesi.
Abisara fylla is distributed from the western Himalayas to western China.
Habitats
To be completed.
Lifecycle
The larval foodplant is Maesa chisia ( Myrsinaceae ).
Adult behaviour

To be completed.

 

 

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