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    Scarlet Flash (Rapala dieneces dieneces)


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    The scarlet flash is so sharp!

    I noticed the Malayan snow flat has extended its proboscis, was it feeding on the surface of the leaf?
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    Thanks Jon, Happy New Year to you! Really has no idea whether the proboscis was extended because I was in an awkward position.
    Quote Originally Posted by Banded Yeoman View Post
    The scarlet flash is so sharp!

    I noticed the Malayan snow flat has extended its proboscis, was it feeding on the surface of the leaf?
    Cher Hern

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    Full Stop Swift (Caltoris cormasa) Dr Seow, Happy New Year to You!


    Dark Brand Bush Brown (Mycalesis mineus macromalayana) (corrected after Dr Seow's ID)


    Common Posy (Drupadia ravindra moorei)
    Last edited by Blue Nawab; 09-Feb-2014 at 11:12 PM.
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    Thank you Cher Hern & Happy New Year to you & all.
    It is a Caltoris cormasa alright.

    The Bush brown do looks like M. visala but is essentially a M. mineus variant.
    The marginnal pale lines look thick like visala.
    However, the HW the lower 4 spots are in line & the inner margin of the eyespots indents most deeply at the upperend . typical for M. mineus.

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    Thanks Dr Seow for the corrections!

    Quote Originally Posted by Psyche View Post
    Thank you Cher Hern & Happy New Year to you & all.
    It is a Caltoris cormasa alright.

    The Bush brown do looks like M. visala but is essentially a M. mineus variant.
    The marginnal pale lines look thick like visala.
    However, the HW the lower 4 spots are in line & the inner margin of the eyespots indents most deeply at the upperend . typical for M. mineus.

    TL Seow
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    Mating Gram Blues (Euchrysops cnejus cnejus)


    Mating Two Spotted Line Blues (Nacaduba biocellata)


    Silver Forget-Me-Not (Catochrysops panormus exiguus )


    Two Spotted Line Blue (Nacaduba biocellata)
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    Lovely collection of shots, Cher Hern. Your photos are superb.
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    Thanks David for the encouraging words!

    Quote Originally Posted by moloch View Post
    Lovely collection of shots, Cher Hern. Your photos are superb.
    Cher Hern

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    Silver Forget-Me-Not (Catochrysops panormus exiguus )
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