Butterflycircle members. I was glad to see them, and
some of these pics would never have been this
good if they did not help. I went to Ubin for the first time,
so it was an exiting day. At butterfly hill, there were
many male blue pansys.
They were skittish, so I was lucky that this one landed
in front of me, and gave me 2 seconds to shoot
before it flew off. We also saw belimbing trees,
with flowers and fruits.
This jacintha eggfly was resting with curled proboscis,
I tried to get parallel to it. It did not move, as it had a
At the spice garden, this gram blue finally landed
in front of me.
In the forest trail, I spotted this red grasshopper.
We all got our cameras ready when this olive backed
a good 20 minutes, waiting for it to lay eggs.
Though I did not get any good shots, here is a burr
I do not have any other good records to share,
so let me just put this tame ( male ) lime butterfly
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