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    27. Ochus subvittatus


    28. Halpe zola Correction - Halpe zema


    29.Thoressa cerata


    30. Thoressa masoni


    31a. Pithauria stramineipennis ?


    31b


    32. Notocrypta curvifascia


    33. Pothantus sp - which one?
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    Post 11.

    28 Halpe zema. The HW band is clearly defined at the top & does not reach the upper margin.


    In Halpe zola the band becomes diffuse & reach the margin by extented white shadings.
    http://www.tataiwildlife.info/butter...20zola%204.jpg
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-xO2SLyjtwv...zola-zola-.jpg
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_0EK80AsaR7...Banded+Ace.jpg

    31 a & b are P. stramineipennis.

    32. The fresh female on the left shows the deeply excavated outer margins of the HW band indicating it is likely P. mingo
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-f3wB2A2ujB...0/_MG_1531.jpg


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    Thanks Dr Seow

    34. Koruthaialos rubecula hector


    35. Iambrix stellifer


    36. Curetis bulis


    37(a). Curetis acuta


    37(b)


    38. Hypolycaena othona


    39(a). Castalius rosimon rosimon


    39(b)

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    40(a)Euripus nyctelius nyctelius


    40(b)


    41(a)Hestina nama nama


    41(b)


    42(a)Neptis sankara guiltoides?


    42(b)


    43(a)Neptis nata adipala?


    43(b)

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    Post 13.

    The female of K. sindu is almost identical in some individuals , as the band may also fall short of the costa.
    In K. sindu the palpi 3rd segment is short vs. long & tapering in K. rubecula.
    K. sindu female.
    http://gitapersada.weebly.com/upload...06706_orig.jpg


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    The two taxa nama & mimetica are now transferred to the genus Hestinalis.
    They are darker species lacking the red spots in some Hestina species.
    http://yutaka.it-n.jp/apa/750240001.html

    The Neptis species are right.


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    Dr Seow thank you for your elaborations.

    44(a). Neptis cartica


    44(b).


    45. Athyma pravara indosinica


    46. Pantoporia paraka


    47. Neptis ananta learmondi


    48. Athyma asura


    49. Neptis sp - Can't get any upperside shot

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    POST 16. 49.

    The underside is that of Neptis sappho astola.
    https://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/me...luri_ak010.jpg
    https://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/me...8eeb1737-2.jpg

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