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    Default 70!

    As the id of the Horaga sp was unconfirmed, I have removed it from my official list (see here); so the previous standing was at 68 species.

    Though the weather was gloomy today, managed to add two new species to my collection. I will present Species 70 first.


    Species 70: Spotted Black Crow




    Thanks to the 'extra lesson' by the master, I am now very careful with the species from this genus. Here is an underside view of the one that I encountered today:



    May I present Species 69: Lexias canenscens pardalina






    Thanks to the master for his guidance. ::thanksyousmile::

    Will post some of the rest tomorrow.
    NEO Chee Beng

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    Well done on the Lexias! At least you've nailed the bugger without a doubt now.
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    wah! very nice, Neo! haha me and zenon should have followed you on that other track! The lighting for this series of shots also look better than your usual, nice & even.
    ~Ying Ling

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    That was the only underside shot that I have got! If not for this shot....

    Really can't see the colour while it was in flight.
    NEO Chee Beng

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycad Blue
    wah! very nice, Neo! haha me and zenon should have followed you on that other track! The lighting for this series of shots also look better than your usual, nice & even.
    Thanks. That's because the sun was out, and the butts were also out during the period. These were actually shot along the Sime Track, the one u took back to the Ranger Station. The crow was shot at the Petaling Hut. Have to play 'hide-and-seek' with this bugger.
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    Khew, giving any common name to Lexias canenscens pardalina? Just a suggestion , how about Yellow Archduke or Golden Archduke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Rose
    Khew, giving any common name to Lexias canenscens pardalina? Just a suggestion , how about Yellow Archduke or Golden Archduke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Rose
    These were actually shot along the Sime Track, the one u took back to the Ranger Station. The crow was shot at the Petaling Hut. Have to play 'hide-and-seek' with this bugger.
    oooh! along the track me and zenon took back to the ranger station ah...we didn't see much on our way back leh..kekekek...looks like the bfly fairy is with you now liow!
    ~Ying Ling

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    Congrats on adding 2 more species to your collection.
    The composition of your species #70 is very good.

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