Monday, June 3, 2013

The Straight Line Map-wing, Cyrestis nivea nivalis (C. & R. Felder)

This is the commonest Map-wings and are found in small numbers, sometimes singly in moist spots in a forested area. They glide steadily and slowly and when rested, often have a characteristic jerky open-close movements of its wings...

Habitat indicator
RSP
WV
PG
VF
FTR
SC
LWDF
LWPF
LMEF
UMN
MN
x





 x
 x
 x



Frequency observation chart: (S marks the usual occurences, H marks an unusually high occurence, F for first record)
2013
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1




2013
2014
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct

S1
S1S1-3S1-3S1-3S1-3S1-3


2014
2015
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
June
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
S1-3



S1
S1




S2
S11

S4
2016
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

S3
S1S2S3
S1S2
S1S2
S1S2
S1S2(H)


S17
S17
S20
2017
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
 S3S20
S3 
S1S3
S1









2018
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec













24 May 2013 @ 12:58

27 April 2013 @ 13:17

25 March 2013 @ 14:14

15 December 2013 @ 12:44

Two species on the same spot: the darker one on the left is C. maenalis martini (Hartert). 29 March 2013 @ 15:42. Observe that C. maenalis has darker and broader markings on its wings and is more common on the hills.

01 March 2014 @ 12:10

23 Feb 2014 @ 13:25

13 April 2014 @ 11:22

14 June 2014 @ 12:48

02 Nov 2014 @ 11:59

04 Apr 2015 @ 12:04

11 Apr 2015 @ 11:56

09 Jan 2017 @ 11:40

08 April 2017 @ 14:16

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