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Thread: N. Thailand Part 1 - Thung Salaeng Luang NP, Phitsanulok

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Jezebel View Post
    I knew you had better photos than me!

    I THINK that the unidentified Lycaenid is Celastrina lavendularis limbata (Plain Hedge Blue), but I will be happy to be shown to be wrong.
    You could be right too.
    http://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/220...a-lavendularis

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    I do have one species I am pretty sure is an Udara sp. I think (yet again) that this is Udara dilecta dilecta (Pale Hedge Blue). Sorry Seow, I gave the wrong English name first, but now changed.
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    Agreed it is Udara dilecta.

    I was going to state it also looks identical to U. rona catius until I realised it is not recorded in Thailand.

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    Antonio, I like that Glorious Begum shot - hope I have too see and shoot one in Nov.
    Les, the female Cruiser shot was nicely composed and shot.

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    Some more, most, I think, Antonio did not get.

    1) To add to Antonio's last post, an upperside shot of Atrophaneura varuna zaleucus.

    Some Lycaenids:
    2) Poritia hewitsoni tavoyanus (female) - Common Gem
    3) Poritia sp. I am not sure if this is the same sp. or possibly Poritia erycinoides trishna (Blue Gem). The hind wing submarginal marking are much less produced than in No. 2.
    4) A Prosotas species. I see a very small tail, I think. Is this P. pia marginata?
    5) A large Miletus species.
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    1) Eurema laeta pseudolaeta (Spotless Grass Yellow)
    2) Delias pasithoe pasithoe (Red-base Jezebel)
    3) Ancema ctesia ctesia (Bi-spot Royal)
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    Beautiful shots, Les and Antonio.
    Despite the less than ideal weather, you guys manage to nail quite a lot of specifies and chalk up some ++
    The Ancema ctesia ctesia (Bi-spot Royal) is beautiful.
    -Loke

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