Abisara saturata maya

Bennett 1950 - Forest Judy

A rare species, which, despite its name can also be found in secondary vegetation, though never far away from woodland.

Flight Period

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35 - 45mm

Early Stages

More detailed life history information is available from the following resource: ButterflyCircle Blog (courtesy of Dr. Horace Tan.). Please note that this is a different subspecies, though the details remain the same.

Larval Foodplant

The local subspecies in Singapore has been bred on Ardinia elliptica and Embelia ribes (both Myrsinaceae)


Southern Myanmar and Peninsular Thailand. Other subspecies to be found in the deep part of peninsular Thailand (Yala area), Malaysia, Singapore, Northen Thailand and Vietnam, India, South China, Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Mindanao (Philippines).