Subspecies in India
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Not yet known.
This species is endemic to the Western Ghats. It is so far known only from the Kodagu District.
Very rare. This species was known only from two males and two females (Evans 1949). The sighting reported here (BOI Media code as938) is the only recent record and only the fifth known specimen of the species. Nothing is known about its habits.
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli|
|Daman & Diu|
|Jammu and Kashmir UT|
Unknown. This is often treated as a subspecies of Hyarotis microstictum (Wood-Mason & de Nicéville, ).
Nitin, R., V. C. Balakrishnan, P. V. Churi, S. Kalesh, S. Prakash, and K. Kunte. 2018. Larval host plants of the butterflies of the Western Ghats, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 10:11495–11550.
For the complete list of larval host plants of Indian butterflies, see the page on larval host plants.
Anonymous 2022. Hyarotis coorga Evans, 1949 – Kodagu Brush Flitter. In Kunte, K., S. Sondhi, and P. Roy (Chief Editors). Butterflies of India, v. 3.06. Published by the Indian Foundation for Butterflies. URL: https://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/hyarotis-coorga, accessed 2022/08/12.