Butterflies and moths
| Ragadia, Ethope himachala, Lethe mekara, Mycalesis visala, Mycalesis intermedia|
Ragadia crisilda, common name Striped Ringlet, is a species of brush-footed butterflies (family Nymphalidae).
Ragadia crisilda crisilda - Assam - Burma, Thailand, Indo China
Ragadia crisilda critolina Evans, 1923 - Peninsular Malaya
Ragadia crisilda crisildina Joicey & Talbot, 1921 - Hainan
Ragadia crisilda latifasciata Leech, 1891- W. China
Ragadia crisilda critolaus de Nicéville, 1893 - S. Burma (Tenasserim), Thailand, Laos, Vietnam
Ragadia crisilda Wikipedia
Wingspan can reach 35–45 millimetres (1.4–1.8 in). In both males and females, the upperside of the wings is basically dusky black, with both fore and hind wings crossed by a white discal band. Hind wings show also a curved narrow post-discal white band. The underside of the forewings and hindwings is crossed by five white bands. Across the discal and post discal bands is present a row of black, yellow ringed ocelli, with silvery-blue centers. Forewings bear eight ocelli, while hindwings show seven ocelli.