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    Our earlier two articles Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on Butterfly Photography outlines the spectrum of digital photography equipment and accessories that are required for good photos of butterflies. It should be emphasised that expensive equipment alone does not guarantee National Geographic-quality outputs. Even a smartphone can sometimes deliver results that much higher end cameras can, depending on the conditions that the photograph is taken under, and the most important part of the whole photography equation - the man (or woman!) behind the camera.

    Read the full article @ http://butterflycircle.blogspot.sg/2...01-part-3.html
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    Psyche

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    You are quite right ,it is Iambrix salsala.
    The right FW has just a single spot.

    I have gone thru a nos of I. salsala images &

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    DJHiker

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    Dear Dr. Seow,
    After studying your IDís I have one question, because I was wondering what makes you confident that Obs. 7 shows Astictopterus jama?

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    DJHiker

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    Dear Dr. Seow,

    thanks a lot for your comprehensive reply. Your explanations are really quite helpful.
    Kind regards,
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    Psyche

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    11. This is extremely difficult.
    I think it is just H. epicles.
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    Psyche

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    5. Arhopala lurida.
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    DaveChiangMai

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