Sunday, April 25, 2010

Comparing Chestnut and Chocolate Tiger

The Chestnut Tiger and Chocolate Tiger are common at Fraser’s Hill. The upperside of these 2 species are quite distinct and cannot be mistake for one another.

Parantica sita-melaneus-upper-800

Their underside however, looks very similar in passing and can be mistaken in the field.  The picture below highlights the key differences of the underside of these 2 species.

Parantica sita-melaneus-880

3 comments:

GeraldF_Rotter雅慧 said...

thx u very much, i learn a lot

Green Baron said...

Gerald,
Glad you find it useful. Will post more such comparison in future.

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