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Thread: Skippers of Fraser Hill Trip- Aug 2012

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    Phew... last batch of butts photo. Some may be repeated with Les.

    1, 2 Isma protoclea obscura? Isma iapis ?
    3 Koruthaialos sindu sindu
    4 Potanthus lydia fraseri.
    5 Potanthus lydia fraseri.
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    Last edited by Bluebottle; 17-Aug-2012 at 09:58 PM. Reason: ID update. Thanks Seow.
    -Loke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyche View Post
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    Isma protoclea obscura.
    The upperside shows the long tornal cilia of iapis/protoclea.
    The underside is dark purplish; that of iapis is ochreous.
    A Singaporean example.
    http://www.butterflycircle.com/forum...ad.php?t=11990

    Potanthus lydia fraseri.
    Larger & darker than omaha; the hindwing underside have the veins barely darkened.

    TL Seow
    Thank you, yet again. I kept on thinking that something was not he same but, with these, I can never be sure.

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    1 & 2 . Lc's shot of Isma iapis is similar but is more ochreous on the underside.
    http://www.pbase.com/lcgoh/image/132544830/original.jpg

    3. Koruthaialos sindu sindu.
    The band is variable, wider in the female.
    A 2nd species K. frena is present in the hills; it is larger with a broad orange band much as in Ancistroides gemmifer.
    It is difficult to tell how much the band widens here as most of it is hidden

    4 & 5 Potanthus lydia fraseri.

    TL Seow
    Last edited by Psyche; 17-Aug-2012 at 08:29 AM. Reason: add. info

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    3 from me. Do help on IDs. Thanks

    #1 ?


    #2 ?


    #3 ?

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    Post 14.

    1. Ampittia dioscorides.

    2. Halpe ? pelethronix/wantona. The better defined forewing spots actually matched Flemng's image of H. wantona.

    3. Notocrypta paralysos.

    TL Seow

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    Thank you Seow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Psyche View Post
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    1. Ampittia dioscorides.

    2. Halpe ? pelethronix/wantona. The better defined forewing spots actually matched Flemng's image of H. wantona.

    3. Notocrypta paralysos.

    TL Seow

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