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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander
    There's an article in CP's Taiwanese link. Would make some interesting reading if we knew what the article was about... Maybe our specimen here is also the Philippine subspecies instead of the Malaysian one?


    Lu CC and Hsu YF. 2002. Catopyrops ancyra almora, a lycaenid butterfly new to Taiwan: a case of biological invasion from the Philippines. BioFormosa 37:25-30.
    http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~EY4Y-TKN...rops-Phil.html


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    Ya... the Aussie link that I posted earlier will bring you to the Japanese Jamides website showing the same photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustic
    oops. so there are 2 volumes? 120SGD is for both or just one volume?
    think Sherry is already back from Penang. ... *finger-crossed*
    No... 1st edition has 2 volumes (out of print already). The 2nd edition is condensed into 1 book, but the quality of the photos leaves much to be desired. The 2nd edition was updated by Fleming's wife, after he passed away. But the additional plates are either washed out, or the colours rather off.
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    Somewhere from the west of Singapore.
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    somewhere from the centre of Singapore.
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    Some where in the CCA.
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    From PRP on 100107, observe shiny dark blue/green on upperside, iirc, when in flight lighted by sun.
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    Another one, not sure if it's the same species. But was shot on the same day as above. The upperside description mentioned on my previous post is actually for this one.
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    Shot in CCA on 4th April 2007.

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