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    13 April 2008 update.

    Feature Article : ButterflyCircle re-discovers the Sylhet Oakblue

    The Singapore Butterfly Checklist's species #282 . Thanks to Horace and Sunny for first locating this species, and many of our "partners" - Les Day, Keith Wolfe, Prof Konrad Fiedler for helping us nail the ID of this species!
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    14 Apr 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The Sylhet Oakblue

    Horace Tan shares the early stages of this newly re-discovered Arhopala, the Sylhet Oakblue
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    19 April 2008 update.

    Feature Article : Swallowtails of Singapore

    Featuring the five Swallowtails of Singapore (and one yet to be nailed reliably) Special thanks to Sunny, Chung Pheng, Federick, James and Les for their photos in the feature article.

    From the counter placed on our blog, the hit counter has just passed 5,100. Looks like the blog's attracting some readership in a small way.
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    27 Apr 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The Vinous Oakblue

    Horace Tan's meticulous record of the early stages of the Vinous Oakblue (Arhopala athada athada)
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    4 May 2008 update.

    Feature Article : Return of the No Brand Grass Yellow

    ButterflyCircle re-discovers the No Brand Grass Yellow (Eurema brigitta senna) and re-instates it to the Singapore Butterfly Checklist. The article traces the re-discovery and the host plant that the caterpillar of the species feeds upon.
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    I've added a Cluster Map on the BLOG and this shows from where people are visiting the BLOG.

    Interesting spread after two days, but I can see Keith's and Les' logon locations in the map. We have Indonesian and Chinese visitors in the past two days as well!
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    11 May 2008 update.

    Life Histories series : The White Spot Palmer (Eetion elia)

    Horace Tan's record of the early stages of the rare Eetion elia
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    Interesting spread of visitors from all over the world. Can you name all the countries so far?

    I can see Australia (Melbourne, Sydney but what's that one in the middle), Indonesia (Jakarta), Singapore, Malaysia (Sarawak), Philippines, Thailand (must be Les), Vietnam, China/Hong Kong (must be Roger), Bangladesh, Oman, Iran , Finland, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, England, Brazil, Mexico and USA (can't name all the cities, anyone wants to help?).
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    Your fame is spreading. The one in the middle of Australia must be Alice Springs, but none of my Australian contacts live there!

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    17 May 2008 update.

    Butterfly of the Month : May 2008 : The Plain Nawab

    Featuring the Plain Nawab (Polyura hebe plautus). A magnificent large and robust butterfly that can be found in urban areas as well as in the nature reserves. The Plain Nawab is very often a favourite amongst photographers as it is quite easy to shoot when feeding or stopping at its favourite perch to rest.
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