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Sentosa Imbiah Trail 26th June 2010

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Sentosa Imbiah Trail 26th June 2010

Postby Colonel » Wed Jun 30, 2010 5:17 pm

These are the butterflies sighted:

Papilio peranthus (escapee)- Blue Swallowtail
Papilio demoleus malayanus - Lime Butterfly (1)
Papilio demolion demolion - Banded Swallowtail (1)
Papilio polytes romulus - Common Mormon (female polytes and a few males)
Chilasa clytia clytia - Common Mime
Graphium sarpedon luctatius - Common Bluebottle
Graphium agamemnon agamemnon - Tailed Jay (cat and a few butts)
Delias hyparete metarete - Painted Jezebel (common)
Catopsilia pomona pomona - Lemon Emigrant (very common) !!
Catopsilia scylla cornelia - Orange Emigrant
Eurema sp - Grass Yellow
Danaus chrysippus chrysippus - Plain Tiger (a few all white hindwings)
Euploea mulciber mulciber -Striped Blue Crow
Euploea eyndhovii gardineri - Striped Black Crow
Euploea phaenareta castelnaui - King Crow
Elymnias hypermnestra agina - Common Palmfly
Phalanta phalantha phalantha - Leopard
Junonia hedonia ida - Chocolate Pansy
Junonia orithya wallacei - Blue Pansy
Phaedyma columella singa - Short Banded Sailor
Cupha erymanthis lotis - Rustic
Abisara sp ? (many)
Zizeera maha serica - Pale Grass Blue
Zizina otis lampa - Lesser Grass Blue
Potanthus omaha omaha - Lesser Dart
Anthene emolus goberus - Ciliate Blue
Tajuria cippus maxentius - Peacock Royal (1 female)
Spalgis epius epius - Apefly
"My, my, what BIG wings you have!", said Little Red Riding Hood to Great Mormon. "The better to fly away with you, my dear", replied Great Mormon.
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Re: Sentosa Imbiah Trail 26th June 2010

Postby plain tiger » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:48 am

Didnt get to see the Golden Royal again ? At Megazip ?
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Re: Sentosa Imbiah Trail 26th June 2010

Postby richardlbong » Sat Jun 11, 2011 1:01 pm

Saw quite a few Common Birdwings at Mt Imbiah recently.
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