Let me start by saying that Ypthima baldus is called a ‘Five-ring’ although it actually has 6 rings. Why? The 2 rings [ocelli] nearest the lower inner corner of the hindwing [tornus] counted as one.
Ypthima baldus newboldi is a small butterfly with wingspan of 35 – 40 mm.
Photos: DFNP, Singapore 20120525
Further reading about Singapore’s Ypthima can be found here.
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