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    The earlier articles in this series in Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 dealt with the variety of photographic equipment that can be used for butterfly photography, the types of magnification devices and the typical settings on a DSLR system that a butterfly photographer uses. We also discussed the interrelationship between the ISO, aperture settings and shutter speeds when taking a photo.

    Read the full article @ http://butterflycircle.blogspot.sg/2...01-part-4.html
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    LJK1410

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    Thank you for all the inputs Dr Seow and Aaron! Hopefully there would be more individuals of this elusive species seen in the near future

    LJK1410 Today, 04:04 AM Go to last post
    Psyche

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    Yes. I would concede Aaron is correct.

    Both are female Rapala cowani females.


    My confusion stem from the fact that

    Psyche Today, 03:33 AM Go to last post
    LJK1410

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    Hi Dr Seow, I would agree more with Aaron at least for the second individual, the ground colour seems too greyish from that of the regular pale brown

    LJK1410 Today, 03:23 AM Go to last post
    atronox

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    The Rapala are female Rapala cowani- the greyish ventral ground colour (from all angles and under different lighting conditions- the orange scales around

    atronox Today, 01:41 AM Go to last post
    Psyche

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    Post 10.

    They are all females of Rapala dieneces. Correction: Rapala cowani females.
    2 is more readily identiafiable.

    Psyche Yesterday, 11:04 PM Go to last post
    LJK1410

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    Hi Dr Seow,

    Here are a few Rapala shot by Jess at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. The post discal bands seem to be a lot darker and more

    LJK1410 Yesterday, 12:56 PM Go to last post
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