Silver-Bottom Brown Butterfly

The Silver-bottom Brown Butterfly (Pseudonympha magus)(Afrikaans name Tower-bruintjie), is found in grassy patches in coastal and inland low altitude fynbos areas.

The sexes look similar but for the female which has slightly rounded wings.

With the wings closed it is apparent why it is named silver-bottom.

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