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    There are, by far, many more books on birds in the Southeast Asian region than books on butterflies. Perhaps it is because there are more competent authors who are birders besides the assumption that birders in the region probably outnumber butterfly watchers by a ratio of 10:1! Ok, perhaps I'm exaggerating, but would someone care to hazard a guess?

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    Telicota besta bina?

    It is hard to be sure ,but I think it is probably T. besta.

    Have a look at Yutaka's website. After more than a decade of collecting in

    Psyche Yesterday, 09:15 PM Go to last post

    Telicota besta bina?

    What about this one? The veins don't seem very dark dusted. Still besta?

    Colours not adjusted

    atronox 20-Sep-2019, 01:50 AM Go to last post
    Banded Yeoman

    ID confirmation please

    I agree - Arhopala sublustris is too variable. I would advise against making any firm judgements without at least having a shot of the upperside.

    Banded Yeoman 18-Sep-2019, 07:05 PM Go to last post

    ID confirmation please

    It may well be but there is too much uncertainties at the moment.

    I did ID'ed one of Lemon's shot based on that but I am not too confident.

    Psyche 18-Sep-2019, 06:37 PM Go to last post

    ID confirmation please

    I think this is likely normani- the shape of spot 6 and the extent of overlap with the cell end streak are quite different from sublustris

    atronox 18-Sep-2019, 01:20 AM Go to last post

    ID confirmation please

    I remembered seeing the bright blue colour on the upperside of the FW when it took off, hence it is likely to be Arhopala Sublustris then.

    chengailim 16-Sep-2019, 12:02 AM Go to last post
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