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  • A Revision to the Common Names of Butterflies Part 7 : An Analysis and Discussion of Name Changes

    This is the final part of this series, where we continue our discussion on some recent name changes/updates in the book, Butterflies of Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand by Dr Laurence Kirton. It is noted that many of the name "updates" were common names that reverted to the original common names found in Evans' "The Identification of Indian Butterflies" published by the Bombay Natural History Society in 1927. Back then, this reference was probably the most comprehensive work available in the butterfly world.

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    Three odd Mycalesis

    DSf are extremely difficult to ID especially if there is also doubt whether the reference images are correct or not.

    2 The upperside with

    Psyche Today, 09:37 PM Go to last post

    Moths 2016-2017

    69 Review.

    This is very close to this ID'ed as Maxates variegata.. which is a Bornean endemic. (stated as similar to M. melancholica

    Psyche Today, 07:21 PM Go to last post

    Three odd Mycalesis

    Four images of three different butterflies, taken at two sites. Although all these look like dry season forms, all were taken recently toward the end

    DaveChiangMai Today, 10:50 AM Go to last post

    Moths 2016-2017

    75, 76 as you say Ercheia cyllaria Dark narrow reniform ;HW subtornal white spots, inner one larger than outer one.

    76. as stated, E. multilinea.

    Psyche Today, 12:20 AM Go to last post

    Moths 2016-2017

    72 Unknown.

    73, Lutzugia trigonalis is right. Single species.

    Psyche Today, 12:00 AM Go to last post

    ID Correction.

    31 is not Alex palparia but of a different genus.
    The postmedial is set too far out to be Alex.

    TL Seow: Cheers.

    Psyche Yesterday, 10:36 PM Go to last post
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