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Common four-ring (Ypthima huebneri)

Common four-ring (Ypthima huebneri) is a species of animal in the Nymphalidae, a gray butterfly with light and dark tinges, ornate circles, changing color every dry and rainy season, spending time in shrubs and low trees.

Y. huebneri has a gray body and a striped chest. The abdomen is cylindrical in shape and has internodal folds. The eyes are gray. A pair of antennae have alternating gray and white colors. The legs are gray.

Dlium Common four-ring (Ypthima huebneri)


The front wings have a gray or cream or brownish or blackish tint with dark and light undertones. The top side is darker and the bottom side is lighter. A large light and dark ring with a blue dot in the middle.

The rear wings have a gray or cream or brownish or blackish tint with dark and light undertones. The top side is darker and the bottom side is lighter. The bottom side has four light and dark colored rings with a blue dot in the middle, the bottom side has 4-5 rings.

The larvae are 25 mm long, green in color with a slightly dark dorsal stripe that turns white in the fourth segment and extends through the head. Pale green lateral line below the spiracle.

The cocoons are green or brown with a rounded head, the tips of the wings are raised and tilted forward. The thorax is humped and marked like an abdominal segment with some dark brown stripes and spots.



Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Order: Lepidoptera
Superfamily: Papilionoidea
Family: Nymphalidae
Subfamily: Satyrinae
Tribe: Satyrini
Subtribe: Ypthimina
Genus: Ypthima
Species: Ypthima huebneri

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