I was attracted by a bunch of showy pink flowers outside the Ubin Volunteer Centre. These flowers look like Rose Myrtle (Rhodomyrtus tomentosa)
I stopped at a grass patch opposite the Nparks nursery. An orange skipper was resting quite tamely in a shade. Not knowing what it was, I still approached closer and took some shots.
Whenever there was a chance I would try to take a shot of the upperside which is useful for identifying the species. Using elimination method, I concluded that this is likely a Detached Dart (Potanthus trachala tytleri) - a newly re-discovered species.
This is another brown skipper - a Caltoris species behaving rather lethargically.
I noticed a very pristine Malay Viscount (Tanaecia pelea pelea) testing the ground for its preferred puddling spots. Finally, it settled on a dry leaf for a while.
This black-and-yellow wasp was feeding on the Leea indica flowers. I guessed in a few days' time, there would be a lot more flowers on the same tree.