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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?

    Read the full article @ http://butterflycircle.blogspot.sg/2...rfly-book.html
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    Psyche

    Please help to ID

    Post 4.

    None of the features are absolute so it could still be a female N. sanaya.

    Your post 4 image raised more question

    Psyche Yesterday, 07:09 PM Go to last post
    JitLeangFoo

    Which Telicota?

    YAY! Now I have all 4 Telicota caterpillars!

    Thank you.

    JitLeangFoo Yesterday, 05:27 PM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Which Telicota?

    You do have a female Telicota colon there.
    FW spot 4 & 5 are not aligned fully , spot 5 being set a bit out from spot 4 ; margins of spots strongly

    Psyche Yesterday, 04:39 PM Go to last post
    JitLeangFoo

    Which Telicota?

    I found a batch of caterpillars feeding on Lalang and they end up as a Telicota. The caterpillars looks different from the T.augias, T.besta and T.linna

    JitLeangFoo Yesterday, 12:01 PM Go to last post
    JitLeangFoo

    Please help to ID

    Could it be an aberration for a N.sanaya as we found another N.sanaya nearby.

    JitLeangFoo Yesterday, 11:55 AM Go to last post
    Psyche

    Please help to ID

    There are a lot of variations in each species & the key features are not precise.
    Looking thru the Bornean Nacadubas N. solta is out of the

    Psyche Yesterday, 07:46 AM Go to last post
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