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Ragadia crisilda

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Nymphalidae
Tribe  Ragadiini
Genus  Ragadia
Order  Butterflies and moths
Class  Insecta
Subfamily  Satyrinae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Rank  Species
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Similar  Ragadia, Ethope himachala, Lethe mekara, Mycalesis visala, Mycalesis intermedia

Ragadia crisilda, common name Striped Ringlet, is a species of brush-footed butterflies (family Nymphalidae).

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Subspecies

  • 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
  • Description

    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.

    References

    Ragadia crisilda Wikipedia


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