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  • Life History of the Chestnut Angle (Odontoptilum angulatum angulatum)

    This species is rather rare in Singapore. The adults are usually found near its larval host plants, or when puddling on wet grounds and bird droppings. In Singapore, it may be found in urban wastelands where Commersonia bartramia grows, or in coastal wetlands where Talipariti tiliaceum (Sea Hibiscus) is common. They fly rapidly in bright sunshine in open spaces within forests or wastelands, and visit flowers for nectar. Other sighting locations include various parts of the nature reserves.

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    Id help please

    13 is also probably T. tibetiana since the pale line adjacent to the dark postmedial is practically obsolete.

    Other confirmed examples

    Psyche Today, 01:40 PM Go to last post

    Reconfirmation of Nacaduba beroe neon

    Concur with it. A fine shot.

    TL Seow: Cheers.

    Psyche Today, 01:31 PM Go to last post

    Reconfirmation of Nacaduba beroe neon

    Dr Seow, based on the ID keys that you have given, I have put this shot as a Nacaduba beroe neon. Would appreciate if you could confirm?

    Commander Today, 12:05 PM Go to last post

    ID help with Caerulean, please!

    A single pic taken by Federick years ago suggest strongly that J. pura is extant in Singapore.

    This female have FW submarginal spots lunulate,

    Psyche Yesterday, 08:06 AM Go to last post

    ID Review

    4 is more likely to be Jamides pura pura.

    There are examples of J. pura in which the FW submarginal spot 2 have straight margins.

    Psyche Yesterday, 07:49 AM Go to last post

    Rapala for ID

    Rapala varuna.

    There is a strong suggestion of R. melida here.

    In blowing up the pix, the HW band can be seen to be double-white

    Psyche Yesterday, 07:11 AM Go to last post
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