A Pointed Ciliate Blue (Anthene lycaenina miya) welcomed me when we reached Lubuk Semilang on the first day afternoon.
This Yellow butterfly, a Eurema species is not the same as what I usually saw in Singapore When it fluttered, a "black bar" on the upperside wings across the abdomen could be seen clearly. This is Eurema nicevillei - the identification was confirmed when I had a chance to look at the uppersides.
I spotted a few Fluffy Tit (Zeltus amasa) at Lubuk Semilang and the Seven Wells area.
We went to the Seven Wells (Telega Tujuh) waterfall area on our second day (14 Dec). It wasn't a good day for me as I had problem getting the correct focusing settings on my new D7000 camera.
Worst still, an important document dropped off from my pocket when I was shooting a puddling butterfly on the ground. Very luckily it was picked up by Mr Teo later (thanks again, Mr Teo)
There weren't many puddling butterflies along a river bank. This Yellow looks like the Erema simulatrix but it looked larger than the usual size.
To be continued.