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    Default Khao Luang National Park and its waterfalls - June/July 2018

    During the last two months I have visited several times slopes of this beautiful mountain the with photographer groups, with Les Day or alone and I found 5 locations very interesting and productive.







    Khao Luang, 1,835 mt, the highest mountain of Peninsular Thailand



    Yot Lueang environment



    Yot Lueang is a low elevation mixed forest and streamside 1.5 km trail.




    The Red Imperial - Suasa lisides suessa male




    The Malay Red Harlequin ♂ - Paralaxita orphna lacoon




    The Malay Gem - Poritia philota philota




    The Buddha Oakblue - Arhopala buddha cooperi

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    Hi, Antonio, the one labelled "zambra" is actually A. lurida
    Aaron Soh

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    Quote Originally Posted by atronox View Post
    Hi, Antonio, the one labelled "zambra" is actually A. lurida
    Quote Originally Posted by Angiud View Post
    This refer to Post 2 pic1.

    I concur it should be Arhopala lurida.

    I had actually look at this for some times. Because the inner margins of spot 6 & 7 are perfectly in line, this would by the key have completely eliminated A. lurida & atosia.
    The dislocation of FW spot 4 is slight which is also seen in A zambra sometimes. Also A. zambra do not alway have the costal spot 10 wide as seen in Fleming L217.
    Typical A. zambra.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arhopa...raFUpUnAC1.jpg
    Typical A. lurida.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...daMUpUnAC1.jpg
    https://www.thaibutterflies.com/Butt...hopala-lurida/


    TL Seow: Cheers.

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