Striped Tiger or Danaus genutia is a beautiful butterfly from the Nymphalidae family with striking black linings on its colorful wings. This milkweed butterfly is a common species in India and other South Asian countries.
Zebra Blue or Leptotes plinius is a small butterfly from the Lycaenidae family. It is easily identifiable by its unique markings on the underside. Here I am sharing the photos and the details I’ve learned about it.
Forget-me-not or Catochrysops strabo is a common species of butterfly from the Lycaenidae family, also known as Blues family. The name of the butterfly itself is very interesting, right? Here is a photo of it I’ve taken.
Red Pierrot is a small and beautiful butterfly belonging to the family Lycaenidae, also known as Blues. Here is a picture of the butterfly I’ve taken recently; will add more later.
Asian Fairy Bluebird is a small to medium sized bird with an attractive blue color. The name itself has a uniqueness and charm. It is a forest dwelling bird found in many parts of India and some of the South East…
Indian Grizzled Skipper or simply Indian Skipper, is a butterfly from the Hesperiidae family, commonly found in India.
Tiny Grass Blue, scientific name Zizula hylax, is known to be the second smallest butterfly seen in India. Here I am sharing with you the photos of this butterfly I’ve taken.
Lesser Grass Blue is a small butterfly from Lycaenidae family, commonly found in the south Asian countries.
Tailed Palmfly is a butterfly from the Nymphalidae family (Brush-footed butterflies) commonly found in the southern parts of India, including Sahyadris.
Pygmy Scrub Hopper is a very small skipper butterfly found in India. It is probably the smallest skipper found in Kerala.
Common Quaker Butterfly also known as The Quaker has off-white colored under side and brown colored upper side. The butterfly is small and belongs to the Lycaenidae family.
Indian Pitta is a colorful bird from the Pittidae family, found in many parts of India. Probably it is the only common Pitta bird seen in Kerala. The above photo of the Indian Pitta was taken from Periyar Widlife Sanctuary…