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    In recent years, many ButterflyCircle members have made forays further afield to shoot butterflies. After many years of recording the butterfly activity in Singapore, it is always exciting to see and photograph butterflies that we cannot find on our tiny little island. From Malaysia to Thailand and Taiwan to Korea, such destinations begin to beckon to the photographers of ButterflyCircle. This is one story by ButterflyCircle member Mark Wong, who made a recent trip to Chiangmai, Thailand, with friends from the Hong Kong Lepidopterists' Society (HKLS).

    Read the full article @ http://butterflycircle.blogspot.sg/2...xpedition.html
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    Tshulthrim

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    Psyche Yesterday, 03:54 AM Go to last post
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    Psyche 16-Sep-2021, 07:20 PM Go to last post
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