Orangetip angled-sulphur

Wing span:

Identification: The wings are yellow with a black discal marking (appears orangish-brown on the underside) on the forewings. The forewings also have dark brown margins and submargins at the apex and termen, and a pointed apex. The apical and subapical regions of the forewings are orange. The hindwings are slightly scalloped at the termen, and have an orangish-brown central marking that appears faintly on the upperside and brighter on the underside. The veins appear brown on the underside of the wings, and there are three tiny black spots near the tornus of the hindwings. Females are duller than males and may appear creamish-white to pale yellow. 




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Reported from: Marudi Mt. (Region 9)