Udaipur photographer clicks a “rare” butterfly breed


Udaipur photographer clicks a “rare” butterfly breed

Argynnis hyperbius, the Indian fritillary, an extremely rare butterfly in this region was captured in a camera by Udaipur photographer Neha Manohar. Wildlife photographer Neha Manohar spotted the butterfly at Kewde ki Naal area and captured it in her camera. Researching on the subject of butterfly lifecycle, Neha informed that the butterfly has been spotted […]

 
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Udaipur photographer clicks a “rare” butterfly breed

Argynnis hyperbius, the Indian fritillary, an extremely rare butterfly in this region was captured in a camera by Udaipur photographer Neha Manohar.

Wildlife photographer Neha Manohar spotted the butterfly at Kewde ki Naal area and captured it in her camera. Researching on the subject of butterfly lifecycle, Neha informed that the butterfly has been spotted for the first time in the region. Indian Fritillary is normally found at high altitudes.

Udaipur photographer clicks a “rare” butterfly breed

In her open wingspan mode, the butterfly exhibits leopard like spots and in that sense is very similar to the butterfly breed of “common leopard”. The difference comes when Indian Fritillary closes its wingspan. The light white shade that exhibited in the closed wingspan mode is its unique identifier.

Udaipur photographer clicks a “rare” butterfly breed

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