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Australian Leafwing - Larvae and a pupae
Australian Leafwing - Larvae and a pupae
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-17 15:24:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Doleschallia bisaltide, the autumn leaf, is a nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australasia. In Australia it is also known as the leafwing. The larvae are black, with two rows of dorsal white spots. Head with a pair of branched spines; rest of the segments with a dorsal and a lateral row of blue branched spines on each side. They feed on Artocarpus, Pseuderanthemum, Calycanthus, Ruellia, Girardina, Strobilanthus and Graptophyllum. The pupae are yellowish with numerous black spots; constricted in the middle; head produced into two points. There are several subspecies under Doleschallia bisaltide: Doleschallia bisaltide andamanensis Fruhstorfer, 1899 This subspecies closely resembles the Indian form, but differs in the oblique yellow band on the upperside of the forewing, which is broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted. On the upperside of the hindwing there is an inner as well as an outer conspicuous subterminal narrow-black band. On the underside, this subspecies is as variable as the typical form, but the ground colour in many specimens (presumably wet-season broods) is of a richer, almost metallic green, with the basal snow-white spots defined with black lines; the ocelli in interspaces 2 and 5 seem also to be more clearly defined than in the Indian form. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen as in malabarica.
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Australian Leafwing - Larvae
Australian Leafwing - Larvae
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-17 16:03:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Doleschallia bisaltide, the autumn leaf, is a nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australasia. In Australia it is also known as the leafwing. The larvae are black, with two rows of dorsal white spots. Head with a pair of branched spines; rest of the segments with a dorsal and a lateral row of blue branched spines on each side. They feed on Artocarpus, Pseuderanthemum, Calycanthus, Ruellia, Girardina, Strobilanthus and Graptophyllum. The pupae are yellowish with numerous black spots; constricted in the middle; head produced into two points. There are several subspecies under Doleschallia bisaltide: Doleschallia bisaltide andamanensis Fruhstorfer, 1899 This subspecies closely resembles the Indian form, but differs in the oblique yellow band on the upperside of the forewing, which is broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted. On the upperside of the hindwing there is an inner as well as an outer conspicuous subterminal narrow-black band. On the underside, this subspecies is as variable as the typical form, but the ground colour in many specimens (presumably wet-season broods) is of a richer, almost metallic green, with the basal snow-white spots defined with black lines; the ocelli in interspaces 2 and 5 seem also to be more clearly defined than in the Indian form. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen as in malabarica.
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Australian Leafwing - Larvae
Australian Leafwing - Larvae
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-17 16:36:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Doleschallia bisaltide, the autumn leaf, is a nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australasia. In Australia it is also known as the leafwing. The larvae are black, with two rows of dorsal white spots. Head with a pair of branched spines; rest of the segments with a dorsal and a lateral row of blue branched spines on each side. They feed on Artocarpus, Pseuderanthemum, Calycanthus, Ruellia, Girardina, Strobilanthus and Graptophyllum. The pupae are yellowish with numerous black spots; constricted in the middle; head produced into two points. There are several subspecies under Doleschallia bisaltide: Doleschallia bisaltide andamanensis Fruhstorfer, 1899 This subspecies closely resembles the Indian form, but differs in the oblique yellow band on the upperside of the forewing, which is broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted. On the upperside of the hindwing there is an inner as well as an outer conspicuous subterminal narrow-black band. On the underside, this subspecies is as variable as the typical form, but the ground colour in many specimens (presumably wet-season broods) is of a richer, almost metallic green, with the basal snow-white spots defined with black lines; the ocelli in interspaces 2 and 5 seem also to be more clearly defined than in the Indian form. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen as in malabarica.
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Joseph's Coat Caterpilla with ?cricket nymph
Joseph's Coat Caterpilla with ?cricket nymph
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-17 12:04:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Joseph's Coat Moths - Agarista Agricola: found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. They are also known as Painted Vine Moths. The moths are day flying, with black, red, pale blue and yellow colours. Male and female look similar except the female is a bit larger and with larger white area on thorax.
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Australian Leafwing - Larvae
Australian Leafwing - Larvae
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-17 14:41:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Doleschallia bisaltide, the autumn leaf, is a nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australasia. In Australia it is also known as the leafwing. The larvae are black, with two rows of dorsal white spots. Head with a pair of branched spines; rest of the segments with a dorsal and a lateral row of blue branched spines on each side. They feed on Artocarpus, Pseuderanthemum, Calycanthus, Ruellia, Girardina, Strobilanthus and Graptophyllum. The pupae are yellowish with numerous black spots; constricted in the middle; head produced into two points. There are several subspecies under Doleschallia bisaltide: Doleschallia bisaltide andamanensis Fruhstorfer, 1899 This subspecies closely resembles the Indian form, but differs in the oblique yellow band on the upperside of the forewing, which is broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted. On the upperside of the hindwing there is an inner as well as an outer conspicuous subterminal narrow-black band. On the underside, this subspecies is as variable as the typical form, but the ground colour in many specimens (presumably wet-season broods) is of a richer, almost metallic green, with the basal snow-white spots defined with black lines; the ocelli in interspaces 2 and 5 seem also to be more clearly defined than in the Indian form. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen as in malabarica.
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Chequered Swallowtail - young caterpilla
Chequered Swallowtail - young caterpilla
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-16 23:39:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Chequered Swallowtail Papilio demoleus Wingspan: 72mm-75mm Order: Lepidoptera Family: Papilionidae Genus: Papilio Species: P. demoleus Papilio demoleus is a common and widespread swallowtail butterfly. The butterfly is also known as the lime butterfly, lemon butterfly, lime swallowtail, and chequered swallowtail. These common names refer to their host plants, which are usually citrus species such as the cultivated lime. Unlike most swallowtail butterflies, it does not have a prominent tail. The butterfly is a pest and invasive species, found from Asia to Australia. The butterfly has spread to Hispaniola island (Dominican Republic) in the Western Hemisphere and to Mahé, Seychelles.
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Chequered Swallowtail Butterfly Larvae
Chequered Swallowtail Butterfly Larvae
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-16 23:15:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Chequered Swallowtail Papilio demoleus Wingspan: 72mm-75mm Order: Lepidoptera Family: Papilionidae Genus: Papilio Species: P. demoleus Papilio demoleus is a common and widespread swallowtail butterfly. The butterfly is also known as the lime butterfly, lemon butterfly, lime swallowtail, and chequered swallowtail. These common names refer to their host plants, which are usually citrus species such as the cultivated lime. Unlike most swallowtail butterflies, it does not have a prominent tail. The butterfly is a pest and invasive species, found from Asia to Australia. The butterfly has spread to Hispaniola island (Dominican Republic) in the Western Hemisphere and to Mahé, Seychelles.
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Joseph's Coat Moth - Agarista agricola
Joseph's Coat Moth - Agarista agricola
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-16 16:09:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Joseph's Coat Moths found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. They are also known as Painted Vine Moths. The moths are day flying, with black, red, pale blue and yellow colours. Male and female look similar except the female is a bit larger and with larger white area on thorax.
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Joseph's Coat Moth - Agarista agricola
Joseph's Coat Moth - Agarista agricola
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-16 16:09:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'5"S - 130°59'13"O
  • Joseph's Coat Moths found in the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia. They are also known as Painted Vine Moths. The moths are day flying, with black, red, pale blue and yellow colours. Male and female look similar except the female is a bit larger and with larger white area on thorax.
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VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Author: Michael J. Barritt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-25 09:07:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°28'43"S - 130°58'57"O
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VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Author: Michael J. Barritt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-25 09:10:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°28'43"S - 130°58'57"O
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VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Author: Michael J. Barritt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-25 09:07:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°28'43"S - 130°58'57"O
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Eucalyptus phoenicea (Scarlet gum)
Eucalyptus phoenicea (Scarlet gum)
  • Author: Deano63au Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-05-16 16:09:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°30'0"S - 130°59'14"O
  • Eucalyptus phoenicea (Scarlet gum) Beautiful small to medium feature eucalypt with lovely yellow orange flakey bark and incredible display of beautiful bursting orange flowers
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Dragonfly on top of a car antenna, Palmerston, Northern Territory, Australia.
Dragonfly on top of a car antenna, Palmerston, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Author: Michael J. Barritt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-25 09:09:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°28'44"S - 130°58'57"O
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VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
VH-MMA Douglas DC-3CS1C3G (c/n 9593) Built as a C-47A-30-DL in 1943 flying over Palmerston for ANZAC Datwin 2020, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Author: Michael J. Barritt Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-04-25 09:08:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 12°28'43"S - 130°58'57"O
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