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Butterflies of the Indian subcontinent
Himalayan White Flat
Seseria dohertyi  WATSON, 1893
Family - HESPERIIDAE
subfamily - PYRGINAE
Tribe - PYRGINI

Seseria dohertyi  Kalejnada, West Sikkim, India Adrian Hoskins

Introduction
The genus Seseria comprises of 6 species, found variously across the Oriental region.
Seseria dohertyi is found in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Laos and south China.
Habitats
This species is found in forested habitats at elevations between about 300-1800m.
Lifecycle
To be completed.
Adult behaviour

Males are usually encountered singly, either basking on foliage or imbibing mineralised moisture from rocks or damp sand.

Seseria dohertyi  Kalejnada, West Sikkim, India Adrian Hoskins

 

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