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    Thank you Dr Seow.

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    The Yellow Jezebel - Delias agostina agostina


    The Common Duffer - Discophora sondaica zal


    The Short-banded Gray Sailor - Phaedyma columella


    The Light Straw Ace - Pithauria straminiepennis


    The Color Sergeant, male - Athyma nefte asita


    Upperside of the Common Nawab - Polyura athamas athamas


    The Redbreast - Papilio alcmenor alcmenor form leucocelis
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    Post 72.

    Phaedyma columella.

    Pithauria straminiepennis.
    Orange-tipped antennae; sharper FW. matching HW spot.
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_0EK80AsaR7...00-Skipper.jpg


    TL Seow

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    I have been to Doi Chiang Dao, but seen very little in comparison to this exciting trip, probably I was not at the right time and/or I went the wrong places.

    What is the very best season to visit? What months should certainly be avoided?

    What areas did you visit? I was mainly there for birds the fist time, but if/when I go back the butterflies (and moths) will take first attention spot. I went to Temple Area, Den Ya Kat Substation and a bit on the road through the national park - but not far as I did not have my own transport. Can you give some advice about the best areas to go for butterflies?

    best wishes

    Jan F. Rasmussen, Denmark

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