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    M talking abt those things on his arm.
    Aaron Soh

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    Sharing some other common puddlers not in the list













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    The "Rounded 6-Line Blue" is actually another Tailess Line Blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander View Post
    The "Rounded 6-Line Blue" is actually another Tailess Line Blue.
    Aiya pai seh
    thx for the correction ID
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    Almost forgotten that we have a puddler list to update.....

    Pathysa antiphates itamputi (Five Bar Swordtail)


    Polyura hebe plautus (Plain Nawab)



    Catopsilia pomona pomona (Lemon Emigrant, 迁粉蝶)




    Papilio polytes romulus (Common Mormon, 玉带凤蝶)


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    Junonia atlites atlites (Grey Pansy)



    Curetis santana malayica (Malayan Sunbeam)

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    Long time no updates on this thread
    here are a few more







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    and i taught (and almost all of the other 'cher) that our dear butterflies feed on nectar

    now i'm supposed to tell my kids that they feed on bird sh*t?

    they'd get marked wrong for exams..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowywolf View Post
    and i taught (and almost all of the other 'cher) that our dear butterflies feed on nectar

    now i'm supposed to tell my kids that they feed on bird sh*t?

    they'd get marked wrong for exams..
    Now that you're an "enlightened" teacher, it would be good to correct that myth that butterflies feed only on nectar. There are a lot of better-read and better-'educated' kids around these days, thanks to the Internet, so the teachers better be more conversant with the accuracy of such things lest they be embarrassed by their young charges.

    Take a look at our 14-year old Aaron. I think he knows a lot more about butts and critters in general than the average teacher in Singapore.

    My kids are over that age now, but if a teacher marks them wrong, if they answer a question in an exam that "Butterflies feed only on nectar from flowers" as FALSE, I would go and see the teacher and bring them out to prone at one of our spas to show them what other stuff butts feed on.
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    No lah, it's actually quite simple. Just apply wat u've learnt from various websites;)
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