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    Great shots Federick and Lc, unforgettable location @_@

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    Thanks, Antonio for bringing us there - is a wonderful place for butts-shooting.
    For a change, let me post some shots that give me headache (perhaps except for CD28 below)

    CD26. Whose uppersides ? My guess is Hypolycaena othona othona (The Orchid Tit) but it looks so different from the book.


    CD27. Udara albocaerulea albocaerulea (Albocaerulean) ???


    CD28. Prosotas nora ardates (The Common Lineblue)


    CD29. A Prosotas sp but which one ??


    CD30. A Neptis sp but which one ??



    CD31. Looks like MT1 in the other thread identified by Dr Seow as Onryza siamica. Is this the same ?


    CD32. A Caltoris sp ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiud View Post
    Great shots Federick and Lc, unforgettable location @_@
    I haven't posted any. Still processing. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by moloch View Post
    Les must have been ecstatic to see these.
    Yes I was. We saw 5 out of the 10 Delias species found in N. Thailand. The D. agostina was the suprise. Now I need D. agoranis, patrua, sanaca, berinda and lativitta!

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    Post 12.

    CD26. Looks to be H. othona. Deep blue highlighted by flash, probably blacksih in nature.

    CD27. ? Monodontides musina . Submarginal lunulate spots strong; dingy ground.
    Possibilities C. lavendularis have larger dark HW posdiscal spot 7.
    Udara placidura, also with dark spot 7; usually i HW sub-basal spot. CORRECTION: Udara rona.

    CD28 Prosotas nora.

    CD 29. Prosotas pia. Typical diffuse & vague submarginal spots.

    CD29. Neptis clinia. HW discal band with a small triangular white patch at base of space 3.

    CD30. Halpe burmana. Disproportionat subapical spots; orange tipped antennae & typical markings. Correction update Pithauria straminiepennis.

    CD31. ? Caltoris sirius. Upper obscure cellspot; ochreous brown underside : unusual brown antennae.
    C. cormasa is clsely related ,also with brown antennae & obscure or reduced cell spot.
    C. kumara is without cellspot & with dark antenna .(Subapical spots in this spp. is less arcuate & straighter in arrangement.)

    TL Seow : Cheers.
    Last edited by Psyche; 15-Nov-2013 at 07:54 PM. Reason: ID Corrction

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    re CD30, if it is the one I saw a part of the upperside, and I think it is, it is a Pithauria species, I think P. stramineipennis stramineipennis. It was partially whitish, basally, and I think you can just see the start of the forewing costal part in the photo. It matches my photos of that species very well.

    It was also much larger than the average Halpe!

    PS. Sorry I have not shown anything yet, still processing!!!!

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    Woah, the great windmill looks so majestic!
    Anthony
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    Wow, nice shot of the uppersides of the Silver Royal.
    I missed it .

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