Liyana, Anthony and Uncle Chern hern there.
Here is a fresh stink horn. In fact, it smelt rather
pleasing; like banana cake. I havn't quite nailed
down what species it is, due to the strange cap.
The first butterfly spotted was a male archduke,
which I didn't manage to shoot. But I got this
Small branded Swift resting on a fern.
butterflies waiting for us. The photo below shows
were puddling on the mud, opening and closing
their wings slowly. Cruisers are very approachable
when puddling, making them easy to shoot.
Five bar Swordtail. Sadly, this one was a five bar
no tail. :( It should have two long 'swords' on the
to visit. It was quick, and only stayed for a few
bluebottles. there were say five of them zipping
around. They are my favourite butterflies, and
that is why I call myself 'Bluebottle'. The bottles
grass Yellow. Sharp from head to tail, and creamy
plastic bag at first, but later flew up to a leaf.
the Common line Blue was spotted puddling on a red