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    11 Mar 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The Chestnut Angle

    Horace Tan shares the early stages of this rare skipper.
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    12 Mar 2008 update.

    Butterfly of the Month : March 2008 : The Fivebar Swordtail

    Featuring the Fivebar Swordtail, a most sought-after species by BCircle members. As it suddenly appeared in Feb/Mar 08 after a long absence, and many of the members here managed to shoot it puddling in various locations, it deserves the title of Butt of the Month!
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    29 March 2008 update.

    Feature Article : Three Posies

    Featuring the three cute Posy butterflies - the Common, Dark and Pygmy Posies.

    Horace, over to you for the next related article, as we've discussed.
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    1 Apr 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The Lime Butterfly

    LC Goh shares his breeding experience of the Lime Butterfly, a common urban butterfly which feeds on Citrus.
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    Not bad... the blog still chugging along quite strongly. 29 articles in five months since the 'publishing' started in Nov 07. That's on average an article a week or 5.8 articles per month.

    Thanks to those of you who are helping with the articles - Horace, LC, Ben Jin, Sunny, Federick and Bobby.

    The rest of you who have ideas or topics of interest, do join in and offer your suggestions.
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    Still owe you one article, i will try my best to do it after exams after collecting more information on it.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benetay View Post
    Still owe you one article, i will try my best to do it after exams after collecting more information on it.

    Cheers!
    Thanks. Looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benetay View Post
    Still owe you one article, i will try my best to do it after exams after collecting more information on it.

    Cheers!
    Humm... Magazine?!?!

    Cheers!
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    3 Apr 2008 update.

    Butterfly of the Month : April 2008 : The Plane

    Featuring the elusive Plane (Bindahara phocides phocides). A rare forest butterfly which makes its appearance in the nature reserves and even urban parks once in a while, and the recent spotting of it at the fringe of the nature reserves is an indication that it's still around in the vicinity.
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    6 Apr 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The Dark Posy

    After the earlier blog article on the Three Posies, Horace shares his experience in breeding the caterpillars of the Dark Posy (Drupadia theda thesmia) a relatively rare species which is local in distribution.
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