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Common Crow AS its name suggests its very very commonly distributed in India. I was having conversation with my friend that we always neglect these common species over the uncommon one, so its my new resolution  to not to discriminate commoners from rare ones.  ButterfliesofIndia,Common Crow,Euploea core,Fall,Geotagged,Incredible India,IncredibleIndia,India,IndianButterflies,MANPADA,Maharashtra,Nikon,Tamron,Thane,WildIndia Click/tap to enlarge

Common Crow

AS its name suggests its very very commonly distributed in India. I was having conversation with my friend that we always neglect these common species over the uncommon one, so its my new resolution to not to discriminate commoners from rare ones.

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  1. A good attitude! Common does not mean not beautiful. Posted 3 years ago

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The Common Crow is a common butterfly found in South Asia and Australia. In India it is also sometimes referred to as the Common Indian Crow, and in Australia as the Australian Crow. It belongs to the Crows and Tigers subfamily Danainae .

E. core is a glossy black, medium sized 85–95 millimetres butterfly with rows of white spots on the margins of its wings. Euploea core is a slow, steady flier. Due to its inpalatability it is usually observed gliding through the air with a minimum.. more

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Uploaded Oct 17, 2016. Captured Oct 16, 2016 10:24 in Tikuji Ni Wadi Rd, Hill Garden, Kokanipada, Thane West, Thane, Maharashtra 400607, India.
  • NIKON D5200
  • f/10.0
  • 3s
  • ISO200
  • 185mm