alexis Waterhouse & Lyell 1914; the Common Tiger Photos at the bottom of the page Arthropoda - Insecta - Lepidoptera - Nymphalidae - Danainae - Danaus - genutia (Cramer, 1779) wingspan - 70-80mm, wing colour - orange/black/white, eye colour - black, proboscis colour - black, antennae colour - black, abdomen colour - yellowy brown, leg colour - black, flight - slow Habitat & Habits The Black Veined Tiger belongs to the Subfamily Danainae, and is a distant cousin of the famous American Monarch Butterfly - Danaus plexippus. disturbance tolerant. Lepidoptera Mundi species detail page: Nymphalidae, Danainae, Danaini, Danaina, Danaus genutia Australia Thumbnails view Images view List view Tree view Protected species Latin names Vernacular names Change country Mating across species occurs rarely in nature, which contends prevalent idea of biological species concept. Danaus genutia occurs in Sri Lanka, India, Burma, Thailand, China, Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, New Guinea and the north-eastern region of Australia. Definition: x has habitat y if: x is an organism, y is a habitat, and y can sustain and allow the growth of a population of x; show all records. Throughout species range, mating pattern varies and reproductive barriers are also not fixed among different species. The TEXT of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License - Version 3.0. The veins of this species are strongly marked with black, making it sometimes mistaken for the Black Veined Tiger in the field. Authored by Andrew V. Z. Brower. Page: Tree of Life Danaus genutia (Cramer 1779). The last Pleistocene glaciations in North America instigated migration to Mexico in the east and to Californian coast and deserts in the west. The white form, form-intermedius, has white hindwings with the border tinged with orange. adnana Swinhoe 1917; Danaus genutia ssp. Habitat It is mainly found in scrub jungles, fallow land adjacent to habitation, dry and moist deciduous forests and it prefer areas of moderate to heavy rainfall. This may be because Nymphalidae such as Danaus genutia and Danaus chrysippus feed on the nectar of a wide variety of weeds such as Euphorbia hirta, Calotropis gigantea and the invasive species, Lantana camara, found in disturbed mine sites. Habitats This is a lowland species occurring in disturbed forest edge habitats at elevations between sea level and about 500m. Also occurs in degraded hill slopes and ridges, both, bare or denuded, mangrove swamps and, those covered with secondary growth. Two species of genus Danaus Kluk (1802), Danaus chrysippus Linnaeus (1758) and Danaus genutia Cramer (1779), commonly called monarchs, queens and milkweed butterflies are re-described. ... Danaus genutia includes 17 children: Danaus genutia ssp. This re-description is based on coloration of wings, structure of mouthparts, maxillary palpi â¦ The Black Veined Tiger can usually be found near coastal / mangrove areas. The monarchs, Danaus plexippus Linnaeus, are among the best known of the world's butterflies, due to their remarkable ability to migrate, wide distribution, and charismatic appearance. The Striped Tiger. Note that images and other media featured on this page are each governed by their own license, and they may or may not be available for reuse. In â¦ In this study, two instances of interspecific mating between two widely common Nymphalid Tiger butterflies ( Danaus >Kluk, 1780) in Indian region are reported. It â¦ The Common Tiger, Danaus (Salatura) genutia genutia (Cramer) f. intermedius (Moore) Though rather common in the open country, it is rarely seen along the forested path. The butterfly, with its bright colours, is distasteful to predators. The form-genutia has the hindwings coloured as in the forewings.