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    Default Abisara geza or saturata?

    Interestingly, at the same location where we shot the earlier female "Abisara saturata", I encountered another Abisara this morning. The dislocated submarginal band at vein 4 on the hindwing is more pronounced in the specimen I shot today, hence quite obviously an A. geza.

    Not easy to separate the two, particularly the females.
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    Khew SK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustic
    So the difference is the disjoint of the band at vein 4 only?
    So says the "butt bible"... wait till we encounter an A. kausambi in Malaysia, then sure to go
    Khew SK
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