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    Default Need help on ID with this one...

    Hi shot this at Mac Ritchie this morning.. Can anyone assist to ID it?

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    James,

    Good shot of this rather rare and skittish Riodininae .

    Congratulation on Capturing the Abisara savitri savitri (Malay Tailed Judy)!

    Sunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverstreak View Post
    James,

    Good shot of this rather rare and skittish Riodininae .

    Congratulation on Capturing the Abisara savitri savitri (Malay Tailed Judy)!

    Thx!
    This butterfly cant seem to close its wings fully, its always in a half opened position.
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    Congratulation for +1. Good shot!

    Cheers!
    Bobby Mun

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    Thx Bobby
    Been such a long time since my last +1
    This weekend muz plus a few more!! haha
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    Congrat on nailing this +1 James. BTW that is a very well taken shot.
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    Well done not only bcoz the pic is sharp, bt also bcoz u haf nailed the first female representative of this sp. for our checklist!
    Aaron Soh

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    Thx Richard

    Aaron, how could you tell if its a female? Cant tell any differences fr those in the checklist
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    swee lah congrats on this one ... me still haven't seen one b4

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    The easiest way of checking whether its male or female, in cases such as this where the males and females are very simlilar, is by looking at the tip of the abdomen. In this case, the abdomen is shown, do you have a close up of it?

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