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Thread: Some ARHOPALA from my trips that I don't know or I'm too lazy to ID

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    Beautiful capture. Arhopala ace is a very rare species. The huge gap between the post-discal and submarginal series caused by spot 6 is diagnostic
    Aaron Soh

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    Big number of pictures during my trips, sometimes I forget one on the way of the processing... So, apologize if I posted already...


    Betong (Yala, Deep South Thailand) June 2018


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    The stiff tail & FW spot 4 dislocated outwards indicate it is A. buddha.

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    Khao Luang 7 July 2018, again a muta-moorei?


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    Post 65.
    The tooth at HW vein 2 & the white tornal dot indicate it is either A. moolaiana or norda.

    It should be A. norda which have the V spot better formed. A moolaiana have a very fat V spot.
    A. norda & moolaiana.
    https://www.thaibutterflies.com/wp-c...a-1080x719.jpg
    http://www.samuibutterflies.com/02_i...oolaiana.v.jpg

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    A quite small species from Koh Phangan (Suratthani)





    Arhopala sp.

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    Post 68.
    Arhopala arvina.
    Tailless, small. HW postdiscal spot6 astride spot 5 & cellend bar; spot 7 atop spot 6 ;HW postdiscal band only partially dislocated at vein 2.
    Looks somewhat like A. antimuta , but spot 6 & 7 are differently shaped & placed.

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