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Thread: Group outings to Mahua Waterfall, Tambunan in Sabah (9-15 February 2020)

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    Athyma cama ambra
    Aaron Soh

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    Also would appreciate the ID of the following:

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    Thanks Aaron

    Common name is Orange Staff Sergeant?
    It was a pity I didnt get a closer look.

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    Post 12.

    1. Parantica luzonensis praemacaristus.

    2. Appias cardena cardena.

    3. Taractrocera ardonia.

    4. Plautella cossaea.
    Submarginal lunules present.
    HW space 1b without a basal spot.
    Postdiscal spots thick, rounded on the HW, postdiscal spot 7 very large.
    See Borneo Lycaenid L91B.

    TL Seow: Cheers.

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    Thanks Dr Seow.

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    Dr Seow and Aaron,

    Is this Burmese Sailer (Neptis leucoporus) please?






    Regards
    Cheng Ai

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    Nice shots
    Look like you have got a very fruitful trip

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    Post 16.

    Yes it is Neptis leucoporos.

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    Thanks Dr Seow.

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    Hi Federick,

    Thanks! It was indeed a fruitful trip! Learnt from sifu the endemic butterflies of Sabah and they were just great.

    I was so awed by the Borneo Birdwing ((Troides andromache) which flew all over the stream and was almost impossible to get any shots. So I just went on some crazy continuous shooting and was lucky to get one record shot with open wing. Here is the shot for sharing.




    Also had great fun with the Borneon Mormon.




    It was fascinating to see them in quite a few numbers. I managed to take some fun shots.










    Lets catch up again soon.


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    Cheng Ai

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