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Blue-sided Satinwing, 29/09/2010

Blue-sided Satinwing, 29/09/2010

Postby kctsang » Wed Sep 29, 2010 5:45 pm

This beauty Euphaea impar Selys is considered uncommon in Singapore, found mainly
on twigs over slow flowing streams in our central catchment areas.
:D :D :D

Watch small video clip at:

Blue-sided Satinwing


Re: Blue-sided Satinwing, 29/09/2010

Postby kctsang » Thu Sep 30, 2010 9:00 am

lenachow wrote:It's so still..... almost like it's stopped breathing... :lol:

I think Damselflies do not breath as heavily as Dragonflies,
also you notice that damsels avoid strong sunlight for most of them
except a few.
:smile: :smile: :smile:

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