Indian fritillary (Argynnis hyperbius), plain puffin (Appias indra), dingy bushbrown (Mycalesis perseus)
English: Robert Templeton "Rhopalocera of Ceylon" Watercolour intended for publication in Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London
Marginal identification notes by Francis Walker (after 1859 the date of publication of A catalogue of the lepidopterous insects in the museum of the Hon. East-India company by Thomas Horsfield and Frederic Moore of the East India Company. London, W.H. Allen and Co., 1857-59.)
144 Argynnis niphe = Argyreus hyperbius Linnaeus, 1763 = Indian fritillary (Argynnis hyperbius)
151 Pieris Namoura = Appias cf. indra = plain puffin (Appias indra)
145 Mycalesesis samba Moore = Mycalesesis perseus Fabricius, 1775 = dingy bushbrown (Mycalesis perseus)
Source Own Scan
Author Robert Templeton
Argynnis hyperbius, the Indian fritillary, is a butterfly of the nymphalid or brush-footed butterfly family. The Himalayas, in the outer ranges from Campbellpur in the Punjab to Sikhim; Oudh; Agra; Manbhum in Bengal; Assam, the Khasi Hills; Upper Burma; extending to China and Formosa; Sumatra; Java. Can also be found in southern Japan.
Appias indra, the plain puffin, is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is found in India and Southeast Asia.
The Dingy Bushbrown or Common Bushbrown (Mycalesis perseus) is a species of satyrine butterfly found in South Asia and Southeast Asia.