Monsoon Trails Check-list

Monsoon Trails as of 5th October 2008



Hesperiidae
1. Grass Demon
2. Rice Swift
3. Indian Palm Bob
4. Chestnut Bob
5. Brown Awl
6. Common Banded Awl
7. Vindhyan Bob
8. Malabar Spotted Flat
9. Tri color pied flat
10. Golden Angle
11. Common Small Flat
12. Common Spotted Flat
13. Tamil Grass Dart
14. Indian Skipper
15. Dark Palm Dart
16. Unidentified Swift –Small Branded Swift (?)
17. Spotted Small Flat
18. Common Redeye
Odonata
1. Black Marsh Trotter
2. Black Stream Glider
3. Blue Tailed Green Darner
4. Wandering Glider
5. Crimson Marsh Glider
6. Crimson Tailed Marsh Hawk
7. Common Club tail
8. Ditch Jewel – male and female
9. Green Marsh Hawk/ Slender Skimmer – single and mating pair
10. Granite Ghost
11. Ground Skimmer – male and female
12. Yellow Tailed Ashy Skimmer
13. Unidentified Dragonfly - Yeoor
14. Rusty Darner
15. Ruddy Marsh Skimmer – male and female
16. 2 Unidentified Dragonflies - Yeoor 31st August
17. Asiatic Bloodtail - female
18. Blue Tailed Yellow Skimmer – male and female
19. Rufus Marsh Hawk
20. Coral Tailed Cloud Wing – male and female
21. Trumpet tail – male and female
22. Long Legged Marsh Glider
23. Blue Marsh Hawk - male

24. Emerald Spread-wing
25. Coromandel Marsh Dart – male
26. Damselfly Unknown ID – 7th Sept
27. Senegal Golden Dartlet
28. Yellow Bush Dart – male and female
29. Agriocnemis pygmea – female and a male(?)
30. Aciagrion species
31. Blue grass dart-Psuedagrion microcephalum – female, newly emerged (?)
32. Unknown Damselfly
33. Golden Dartlet – red morph, female/ Pigmy Dartlet – ID unsure
34. Blue Grass Dart - male
35. Blue Bush Dart - male

Papilionidae
1. Tailed Jay
2. Common Mormon – male and stichius & romulus female; Lifecycle
3. Blue Mormon
4. Common Mime - dissimilis

Nymphalidae
1. Great Eggfly – female and male
2. Baronet UN and UP
3. Plain Tiger – single and mating pair
4. Glassy Tiger
5. Blue Tiger
6. Common Indian Crow – single and mating pair
7. Blue Oak Leaf – UP and UN
8. Striped Tiger
9. Common Bushbrown – UP and UN
10. Long Branded Bushbrown – UN and UP
11. Grey Pansy
12. Chocolate Pansy
13. Common Sailor – UP and UN
14. Common Leopard – UN and UP
15. Common Four-ring
16. Evening Brown
17. Common Gull
18. Danaid Eggfly – male and female

Lycaenidae
1. Hedge Blue
2. Angled Pierrot
3. Common Cerulean – single and female laying eggs
4. Common Pierrot
5. Red Pierrot
6. Gram Blue – UN and UP
7. Lime Blue
8. Tiny Grass Blue
9. Dark Grass Blue
10. Rounded Pierrot
11. Angled Sunbeam - female
12. Line Blue


Pieridae
1. Yellow Orange Tip – male – UN and UP, female – UN
2. Common Wanderer – male - UN
3. Common Jezebel
4. Emigrant
5. Common Grass Yellow – single and mating pair
6. Small Salmon Arab
7. Psyche
8. Great Orange Tip - UN
9. Spotless Grass yellow
10. Small Orange Tip male – UN, female UP

Riodinidae
1. Plum Judy – UN and UP


Araneidae
1. Spitting Spider
2. Lynx Spider – 5 Species
3. Nursery Web Spider
4. Giant Wood Spider
5. Signature Spider
6. Garden Orb Weaver – 4 species
7. Tunnel-web Spider
8. Long-jawed orb weaver
9. Giant Crab Spider (?)
10. Crab Spider - 3 species
11. Castianeira species - Corinnidae
12. Unidentified Spider – 7th Sept 08
13. Two tailed Spider
14. Unidentified spider – 18th Sept 08
15. Hackled Orb Weaver
16. Venusta Orchard Spider

Opilionidae
17. Harvestman

And a hell lot of Hemipterans, Mantids, Beetles and Weevils, Dipterans, Neuropterans, moths and a few other interesting subjects that are yet to be correctly identified.

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