Neita durbani, or D'Urban's brown, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It is found in South Africa in scattered populations in grasslands in the Eastern Cape and grassy mountain slopes at medium altitude from the Camdeboo Mountains along the escarpment to Bedford and Stutterheim south to Grahamstown and north to the Dordrecht Kloof and Jamestown.
W. S. M. D'Urban, one-time curator of Exeter Museum, discovered this butterfly and the species was named in his honour.
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