| Dodona durga, Dodona adonira, Dodona dipoea, Dodona ouida, Dodona egeon|
Dodona, the Punches, are a genus of butterflies found in Asia.
Dodona (genus) Wikipedia
Forewing broad, short, triangular; costa very slightly arched; apex subacute; termen slightly convex; tornus angulate; dorsum straight; cell comparatively broad, about half the length of the wing; veins 6 and 7 from upper apex of cell, therefore upper discocellular obsolete, middle and lower subequal, concave; vein 3 from a little before lower apex of cell, 4 from apex, 8 and 9 out of 7, 10 from upper apex of cell, 11 free, 12 very short, terminating opposite origin of 11. Hindwing: costa arched; apex broadly rounded; termen below apex straight to vein 4, then slightly bent inwards and slightly concave to tornus; tornus produced and lobed, in some forms with a slender tail in addition; dorsum slightly arched, nearly straight; cell about half the length of the wing; discocellulars oblique; vein 3 from just before lower apex of cell, 4 from apex; costa at base angular. Antenna over half the length of the forewing; club short, male reduced and clothed with soft hairs; tarsus one jointed; Female has the foreleg covered in scales and functional.