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  1. #51
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    Dear Dr Seow,

    Is this spotted flitter?
    IMG_5974a.jpg

    Is this pugnacious lancer?
    IMG_5930a.jpg

    Not sure about this?
    IMG_7911a.jpg

    Thanks
    Leonard

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    1. Male Zographetus ogygia.
    Male is recognised by the white antennal clubs.


    Z. ogygia. ;UnH. more uniform reddish brown to golden brown ,
    Male.
    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-GFVEOFh60...-HoraceTan.jpg
    Female.
    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-kryJ8yvgA...ygia-KohCH.jpg


    Z. doxus. UnH with a yellow or paler discal patch. Marginal zone with the veins significantly darkened.
    Males.
    http://www.butterflycircle.com/check...erry%20Ong.jpg
    http://www.butterflycircle.com/check...D_adult_20.jpg
    Female.
    http://www.butterflycircle.com/check...Bene%20Tay.jpg

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    2. Female Caltoris cahira.


    Three species can look rather similar in the field.
    Pale area on the antennae are prominent.


    Caltoris cormasa.
    FW upper cellspot small or absent. FW subapical spots often three, small; spots tend to be yellowish/
    Deeper reddish tone typically strong ,

    Males.
    https://inaturalist-open-data.s3.ama...6139/large.jpg
    https://inaturalist-open-data.s3.ama...1898/large.jpg
    Females.
    https://inaturalist-open-data.s3.ama...3438/large.jpg
    https://inaturalist-open-data.s3.ama...811/large.jpeg



    Caltoris bromus.
    Uniforma dark brown often with an ochreous overlay.
    FW two cellspot, upper fairly large . Subapical spots typically 2, large, white.
    Female often with white spots UnH.
    Males
    https://inaturalist-open-data.s3.ama...jpg?1580634497
    https://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a...psd5aebfd1.png
    Females Taiwan
    https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2813...c2551d54_b.jpg
    https://c1.staticflickr.com/7/6021/6...f055cc62_z.jpg



    Caltoris cahira. FW upper cellspot large; Subapical spots typically two, white.
    UnH dark chocolate often contrasting with FW. Female without UnH spot.
    Male .P.Malaysia.
    https://live.staticflickr.com/5739/2...ca2c13f4_b.jpg

    Female Singapore.
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-7l1dr3n_gK...ris+bromus.jpg
    Female Taiwan.
    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8170/...48f3ce8b_z.jpg

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    3. Probably female Pelopidas agna.

    The individual is rahter slender.
    Pelopidas may ocassionally lose the HW cellspot as here.


    Pelopidas agna. UnH more uniform brown & with a cleaner look.
    Male with very narrow FW spots 2 & 3.
    Males.
    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-tQNuynda7...A_male_06b.jpg

    The HW cellspot is absent here.
    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/---kNw2cMz...A_male_05a.jpg

    Female.
    https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-7zXwSQZiZ...SwiftF-KSK.jpg




    Pelopidas mathias.
    Underside with irregular shading or strongly grey tone, with a dirty appearance.
    Males.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/budak/51554050560
    https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-NQjrfm7_w...enedict_01.jpg
    Females.
    http://www.butterflycircle.com/check...hee%20Ming.jpg
    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-7JuPSD_pj...derside_02.jpg




    TL Seow: Cheers.
    Last edited by Psyche; 11-Jun-2022 at 02:15 PM.

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    Thank you Dr.Seow for the detailed id.
    Much appreciated.
    Leonard

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    Dear Dr Seow,

    What could be the below species?

    Screenshot_20230905_135121_Video Player.jpg
    Leonard

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    Post 56.

    Julia Heliconian ,Dryas iulia.

    This American butterfly is now very common in Singapore.

    TL Seow : Cheers.

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    Thank you Dr Seow.
    Leonard

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