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    Default Hasora vitta

    Shot this banded Awl in CCA. In the shade of the forest canopy, my first thought was that it was a female H. chromus a specimen of which I shot recently at TBHP, but checking the shots at home revealed that it is H. vitta due to the greenish glaze in the inner half of the hindwing (in contrast to the purplish sheen for H. chromus).

    Horace
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    Nice capture.
    You and Sunny have been very hardworking in the field.

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    So far only shot a Common Awl

    Ya, Horace is always on the ball!
    Chee Ming, Sum

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    Thanks, Federick and CM for your encouraging comments.
    I sure have to apply the brake once 200 mark is crossed.

    Horace

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    No no cant do that

    Turn on turbo and shoot for the sky
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chestnut Bob View Post
    Turn on turbo and shoot for the sky
    That will be easy for Sunny who is trained for such turbo-switching moves and shooting in the sky actions .

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