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Butterflies of the Crocker Range # 2

The Blue Spotted Peacock Swallowtail, Papilio karna. This is quite common and seems to prefer the lower slopes of the mountain ranges of Borneo.
Kipandi Butterfly Park has a fine range of orchids and pitcher plants as well as insects. It is open to the public. You can even go along at night and see lots [...]

Butterflies of the Crocker Range National Park #1

A female Yellow Birdwing drying its wings after emerging from its pupa (chrysalis) in the Kipandi Butterfly Park in the mountains above Kota Kinabalu. This is one of 5 species of birdwing being bred in the Park for conservation and tourism purposes. This pic was taken two days ago.

A common Butterfly of Borneo

Hypolimnas bolina likes open sunny spaces close to trees. It is a feature of large gardens in suburban Kota Kinabalu. The male is very territorial and glides down from a high perch to inspect intruders, including people. Other butterflies get chased away.

Butterflies in Thailand Vol 1

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Butterflies of Borneo & South East Asia; A Field Guide to the

Butterflies of Borneo & SE Asia by Kazuhisa Otsuka. 2001. 220pp. Field guide to the 200 most frequently seen butterfly species in Borneo. Top quality colour pictures of living specimens going about their daily lives, plus text. English & Japanese editions Butterflies of Borneo & SE Asia by Kazuhisa Otsuka. 2001. 220pp. [...]

Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula; The (4th ed)

The first edition, published in Kuala Lumpur in 1934, was a slim volume dealing with the commoner Malayan butterflies. The death of H.M. Pendlebury in 1945 left Dr Steven Corbet as sole author of the second edition, which was completely rewritten and much enlarged to include every Malaya butterfly known at that time. [...]