|Three-spot grass yellow|
|In Kerala, India|
Wet form: Male. Upper-side lemon-yellow. Fore-wing with the outer marginal black band anteriorly broader than in Sri Lankan specimens of Eurema hecabe, the posterior end shorter and its inner edge outwardly oblique. Hind-wing with a moderately broad black outer band. Underside. Both wings with more or less defined ordinary markings of wet form. Fore-wing with three marks in the cell, in addition to the discocellular. No sub-apical patch. Female. Not seen.
Intermediate form: Male. Not seen. Female. Upper-side. Fore-wing with similar outer band to the wet form. Hind-wing with a broad black outer marginal band. Underside with slightly-defined ordinary brown markings as in wet form. Fore-wing with a brown sub-apical patch.
Dry form: Smaller than in wet form. Male. Upper-side. Fore-wing with narrower outer marginal band, its posterior end much smaller. Hind-wing with a slender outer band. Underside. Both wings with similar ordinary markings to the wet form. Fore-wing with a more or less defined sub-apical patch. Female. Upper-side. Fore-wing with a broader black outer band than in male. Hind-wing with a much broader outer band than in male. Underside. Both wings similar to male.
Extreme Dry form: Male not seen. Female. Upper-side. Fore-wing with a broad black outer band, its posterior portion angled obliquely outward from the lower median veinlet. Hind-wing with a moderately broad outer band. Underside. Both wings with ordinary markings as in Ddry form. Fore-wing with a prominent almost complete quadrate apical brown patch.
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