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    1. Lisa, I took this picture in early morning before sunshine whilst I was just passing by during a morning walk. I was not so sure either about the ID as no bloom flower was found on that time. However rather than leaving an empty title so I just put the name of moonflower (only guessed). If the the title was wrong perhaps anyone could correct it. I used to bring camera during the morning exercise/walk n I take some shots whenever meet flowers or insects on my way.
    2. Sugianto, much as I suspected, your specimen is not a Pelopidas species or one I have seen, so I had to refer to our Master sifu, Dr, Seow. You have to look carefully to see the white spot on the upper part of the antennae tip. This is what he said:
      “Isma damocles.
      The abdomen is banded; the FW spots are relatively large & white. antenna with a white spot.
      http://yutaka.it-n.jp/hes/91960001.html”
    3. Comment on Yellow Cosmos (Cosmos sulphureus) 4 days ago
      Ferdy,
      I just give the title of my picture not the ID. I am very happy if you or other people will provide the correct ID. So that is why I just give the Title n the place I took the picture. I skip "Identify Species" so anyone can put the correct ID.
    4. Comment on Yellow Cosmos (Cosmos sulphureus) 6 days ago
      I just ask uncle google n see the image is the same n i just said it. If you think is not correct then perhaps you can correct it. Indonesia was under Dutch occupation for about 350 years si it would be possible many plantations n flowers which not originally from Indonesia were brought in from anu other places including from Africa, Latin America n elsewhere. So I do not claim the above flower plant come from Indonesia but in fact can be found every where in Indonesia. Once again, I'm not a scientist so the title of image posted could be wrong n need someone to correct it. Thanks buddy.
    5. Thanks Christine
    6. Comment on Ant mimicking Katydid, Macroxiphus sp 15 days ago
      Please feel free to correct it if the said ID is wrong. Tq
    7. Comment on Arizona Yellow Bells, Bignoniaceae 15 days ago
      Please feel free to make correction if the mentioned ID is wrong. Tq
    8. Thanks to both of u for the correct ID.
    9. Comment on Ipomoea alba “Moonflower” 23 days ago
      Thanks Christine
    10. Comment on Arachis pintoi flower one month ago
      I will prefer not to say native or non-native as there are a lot of flowers/plant according to Googles say they are originally from Latin America but can be found easily in Indonesia. Same thing to the insects I have ever shooted in Australia, i.e. Blue banded bee, orange spotted tiger moth n some others is also found in Indonesia. My son&fam live in Australia so I used to visit them every year.