Melanitis leda (butterfly)

Abundance: 0.07 to 42.22% (median 1.34%)

Latitudinal range: -12.5° to 29.8°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (17), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (25), tropical/subtropical savanna (1)

Found in 43 samples

Bhutan: Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary

Cameroon: Kwende Hills (near-primary forest), Kwende Hills (cocoa/coffee plots)

Ghana: Kakum Forest (primary forest transect), Kakum Forest (secondary forest transect), Kakum Forest (farmland transect), Bobiri Forest Reserve (2001, 2002), Atewa Range Forest Reserve (heavily disturbed forest), Bobiri Forest Reserve (2005, 2006)

India: Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary I, Narapaka Village, Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary IV, Department of Atomic Energy Campus (southwest monsoon), Siruvattukadu Kombei (F1), Chandubi Tropical Forest (closed canopy forest), Chandubi Tropical Forest (degraded forest), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 1), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 2), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 3), Motichur Sanctuary (1997 - 98, Site 4), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 1), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 2), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 3), Motichur Sanctuary (1998 - 99, Site 4), Koraput (coffee)

Indonesia: Lore Lindu National Park (natural forest, 0-1 m), Lore Lindu National Park (disturbed forest, 0-1 m)

Kenya: Mkogodo Forests

Madagascar: Tsarakibany

Malaysia: Danum Valley Conservation Area (wet season, primary forest), Danum Valley Conservation Area (wet season, logged forest)

Papua New Guinea: Lake Hargy Caldera

Uganda: Kibale National Park Compartment K31, Kibale National Park RAC9, Kibale National Park (RS11-RS16), Kibale National Park (MPF2 and MPF3)

Vietnam: Ba Be National Park (butterflies), Van Ban Nature Reserve (below 700 m, natural forest), Van Ban Nature Reserve (below 700 m, stream sides), Xom Du (natural forest), Xom Du (secondary forest), Xom Du (shrub and grass), Xom Du (inhabitant)

See also Melanitis, Melanitis ansorgei, Melanitis libya, Melanitis lybia, Melanitis phedima, Melanitis pyrrha, Melanitis velutina, Melanitis zitenius