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    Baron, sumatran sunbeam, not sure what red eye skipper....




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    Your skipper appears to be Matapa aria (Common Red-Eye).

    However, , try again for your 'Common Sailor'! (Hint - Check the hind wing markings)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Jezebel View Post
    Your skipper appears to be Matapa aria (Common Red-Eye).

    However, , try again for your 'Common Sailor'! (Hint - Check the hind wing markings)
    hmm... been staring at the checklist for about 5 mins. short banded sailor? the markings on the forewing dont really look the same...
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    Yep, well done. Short-banded Sailor it is.

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    Common Redeye it is...

    And the Sunbeam is a Malayan Sunbeam, not Sumatran Sunbeam. AHBT does not have Sumatran Sunbeams as yet.
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    thanks for the correction. i always thought only Curetis saronis sumatrana hides under the leaves...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archduke View Post
    I think this is not a Dingy Line Blue but a Ciliate Blue?
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    I agree with you, CM.

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    my id skills down the drain again... grrr..... thanks for pointing it out guys
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