Cepora nerissa butterfly

Cepora nerissa butterfly

The Cepora nerissa butterfly was sitting in a plant leaf outside my house when we were walking like this outside, then I showed it to me and I started going near it to take a picture of it and took a beautiful picture.

How to click :

I used click this picture a “smart phone “
You don’t know how click this type picture and editing let’s see
(1)Go to setting and activate grid lines for easily set the frame and click the perfect picture
(2) Deactivate auto focus for easily select your object
(3)Clean your smartphone camera lens only used cotton best for don’t scratch your lens and help to beautiful click
(4)focus on object and set the frame and click 遲

How to edit :

I suggest best editing application in your smartphone “Adobe lightroom” get download and start editing
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Some information Cepora nerissa butterfly:

The common gull family is a small for the medium-sized butterfly of the pedead, which is yellow and white, which is the native of Sri Lanka, India, China, Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

Male upperside: white, a greyish-blue shade at base of the wings and along the veins, due to the dark markings on the underside that show through. Forewing: Veins black; Apex and black, that inner part of the black is expanded in an irregular curve, extending from the base of the costa to the terminal third of the vein 4, it continues externally to the oblique corner. interspaces 6 and 9 with short narrow greyish-white streaks of the ground colour that stretch into the black apical area but Do not get marginalized; A small black subterminal stripe between veins 3 and 4, less clearly defined, between veins 1 and 2. Hindwing. veins 4 to 7 with outwardly dilated broad black edgings that coalesce sometimes and form an anterior, irregular, black, terminal margin to the wing. Underside, forwing: white, veins broadly marginalized on both sides by dusky black; costal margin broadly and apex suffused with yellow; subterminal black bars between veins 1 and 2, and 3, and 4 as on the upperside but less clearly defined. The hindwing is fully graphed with yellow, the veins dilated with black; a more or less incomplete, subterminal series of dusky spots in interspaces 1 to 6; more often Spot not absent in 5 completely absent; A distinctive chrome-yellow spot on the precostal region. Antennae black, indiscriminate with white; Head and thoracic blue gray; head and thorax bluish grey; abdomen dusky black; beneath: the palpi and abdomen white, the thorax yellow.

The woman’s same man or male deeper. Very deep. The veins are more broadly banded with black; in many specimens only the following portions of the white ground colour are apparent. Forewing: a broad streak in cell and beyond it a discal series of streaks in interspaces 1 to 6, 9, and 10; the streaks in interspaces 1 and 3 Vertically interrupted by transverse black bars; that in 6 more or less obsolescent. Hindwing: a broad streak in cell, a discal series of streaks in interspaces 2 to 7, and a posterior more or less obsolescent subterminal series of greyish-white double spots. Not only like the male, the nerves should be killed with black scaling too widely widely. As antenna, head, thorax and male men.

Cepora nerissa butterfly

Dry-season form at Jayanti in Buxa Tiger Reserve in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal, India

These differ from the wet-season brood as follows: male upperside, forewing: the apical and terminal black areas much restricted; veins concolorous; black subterminal bare less clearly defined; the lower one often obsolete. Not only like the male, the veins should be killed with widely widely scaling with black scaling. As antenna, head, thorax and male men Underdide: In wet-season samples, but very few palm in yellow and tint to some extent occurs.

The woman is less than the wet-seasoning woman, but black marks on both upper and underwear are compressed and less clear, and later yellow substance is packed and ointrace in the tint..
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