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    LD27. Thoressa masoni.
    Orange apiculi ; pied palpi ; banded abdomen. very variable in the intensity of the black spots.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-zaAztIP_Jx...ssa+masoni.jpg
    http://www.insect-hunter.com/attachm...8%87-jpg.1719/

    LD28. Halpe hauxwelli.
    Variable in size of black spots.
    http://www.fotohanc.com/albums/hespe...welli_0021.jpg

    TL Seow : Cheers.

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    Thank you, Seow. I had suspected the usual Thoressa masoni, but the variability had me hoping!

    You may have noticed, 2 trips up north and not a single Arhopala. I am sure you are relieved at that!

    Photos all id'd for me. Now to work on the website!

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    The Orange Oakleaf - Kallima inachus siamensis


    The Orange Staff Sergeant - Athyma cama cama


    The Courtesan - Euripus nyctelius nyctelius


    The Commander - Moduza procris procris


    The Bluebottle - Graphium sarpedon sarpedon


    The Broad Blue Tiger - Tirumala limniace limniace


    The Circe - Hestina nama nama


    The Circe - Hestina nama nama

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    The Quaker - Neopithecops zalmora zalmora


    Upperside of the Chocolate Royal - Remelana jangala ravata


    The Dark Cupid - Tongeia potanini potanini


    The Yellow (common) Pasha - Herona marathus marathus


    The Bi-spot Royal - Ancema ctesia ctesia

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    The Red-breast Jezebel - Delias acalis pyramus


    The Orange Staff Sergeant - Athyma cama cama


    The Orange Staff Sergeant - Athyma cama cama


    The Club Beak - Libythea myrrha sanguinalis


    The Forest Quaker - Pithecops corvus corvus

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    Is this Tagiades parra naxos ?




    Curetis acuta ?




    Name of this moth ?


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    Post 67.

    Tagiades gana meetana.
    http://www.dnp.go.th/FOREMIC/NForemi...ana%20(10).jpg
    T. parra typically have postdiscal spot 4 & 5 clumped into a large spot. ssp gala northern Thailand.
    http://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/med...unte_aq481.jpg
    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8185/8...172c6925_z.jpg

    Curetis acuta is right.
    The HW band is continued as a straight shadow mark here.

    Histia flabellicornis.

    TL Seow

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    I am just amazed by the finds and photos. The quality of both is so good!
    David Fischer
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    My photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/moloch05/sets/

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    I concur with David.
    -Loke

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