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    Default 97 + 2 = 99

    Went USR today ard noon time. Trying to look for LH and 5-Bar, but no luck. Got these two new additions in exchange.

    #98 Male Cruiser
    98A


    98B



    #99 Flos diardi capeta. Shot with 3T and external flash.
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    Wah.

    Have not seen the Flos diardi capeta before. Nice catch there Neo.

    Next time you're free SMS me, I'm free on some afternoons.

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    For the Flos, bcos of a leaf on the left, so has to crop tigher.

    I have a tuition in AMK, and it just happen that Bus 138 pass by an adjacent road. Most probably I will visit USR next Monday again.
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    This Flos is also beautiful. A pity that the markings near the tails were fading. A nice shot on the butt.
    Just wonder what are the advantages of using an external flash as compared to a buit-in flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Monarch
    Wah.

    Have not seen the Flos diardi capeta before. Nice catch there Neo.
    right, never seen ppl posting this species b4, nice shot as well

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    great photos Flos diardi capeta, one more butt on my usr hit lists. Keep them coming.

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    Simon has posted Flos diardi capeta before, which he shot in SF.

    Archduke can be found there too. Here is a shot of a male which I got today:


    Our logo is also there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Federick
    This Flos is also beautiful. A pity that the markings near the tails were fading. A nice shot on the butt.
    Just wonder what are the advantages of using an external flash as compared to a buit-in flash.
    That's not faded markings, Federick. This species has a greenish yellow iridescent scales near the tails, and the flash must've overexposed these reflective scales a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander
    That's not faded markings, Federick. This species has a greenish yellow iridescent scales near the tails, and the flash must've overexposed these reflective scales a bit.
    Oops ! I have not seen a real speciman of this Flos. Thanks for correcting me.

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