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    Default Sunny's Semanga Spot 3/6

    Day 5, and the last organised trip. It was well worth it!

    1) Elymnias panthera panthera (Tawny Palmfly)
    2) Surendra vivarna amisena (Acacia Blue)
    3&4) Tanaecia iapis puseda (Horsfield's Baron, male & female)
    5&6) Semanga superba deliciosa (The Red-Edge) - I prefer Anthony's name for this, the Super Delicious!

    Also photographed Logania marmorata damis (The Pale Mottle), but pics not good enough!
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    Les .

    The open wing shot of the "Super Delicious" is ...the best I have seen so far!

    Sunny

    ~~When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going~~

    Sunny's Facebook on Butterflies!

    ~

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    Thank you, Sunny. The fact is that I would not have considered that location as one one to investigate. I have learnt from that. It was all down to you.

    I was very surprised and elated when I got the upperwing photos back home.
    I must admit that I was very shocked to see what I had captured and I must admit that, with my limited photographic experience, I do not expect my photos to be up to the quality of other members, but this one turned out just great. (Pure luck)

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    Your Tawny Palmfly is better than my collections. I have not shot any of it that sharp. Poor me..

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    Les, you got some good and nice shots in a rainy day.

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    The open winged "super delicious" shot is indeed beautiful as with the partial open winged one.

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