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    1. Sugianto Tjandra <sugianto.tjandra@gmail.com>
      8:46 AM (1 minute ago)
      to no-reply@jungledragon.com

      Hahaha it doesn't matter for me Christine. I'm not an Entomologist but jus a common person who love macro photography n sharing my photos/pictures to this group n others. As I mentioned earlier that firstly I identify this butterfly as P. aristolochiae but corrected by a Singaporean Butterfly experts as Papilio Polytes javanus. However, this ID was then corrected by few Indonesian butterfly experts as P. adamas. For me, the ID is required to put on my posted photos/pictures as the title of my photos. Correct or Wrong ...... I will leave it to their experts. Thanks Christine.
    2. file:///C:/Users/acer/Downloads/NEVA-SUP_14_0001-0188.pdf
      Page 125 mentioning about P. adamas (Zinken 1831) stat. nov. (Java, Kleine Sundainseln)

      https://www.bing.com/search?q=Pachliopta+adamas&cvid=603717a7edf84ef096f9338a48d1c58b&aqs=edge..69i57.1877j0j1&pglt=43&FORM=ANNTA1&PC=ACTS
    3. I try to post a picture of literature mentioning about P. adamas but I don't know how to post a picture inside comments.
    4. This is supposely "Pachliopta adamas" for the species found in Java. Pachliopta aristolochiae is similar to P. adamas but mostly found in Sumatera n Malaysian Peninsula. However, I still put "Papilio polytes ssp javanus" as being told by a Singaporean butterfly expert. He said the body n abnomen of this butterfly is black n should be red or orange or mixied red & black for Pachliopta species. Other opinion ..... When I asked an Indonesian butterfly experts, I was told that this is Pachliopta adamas. Hahahaha for me does't matter which one is correct as I'm just love insects&flower photography not an experts.
    5. Comment on Geometrid moth, Curbia martiata 4 days ago
      With my pleasure as I'm not really sure for my above mentioned ID either. Thanks so much. Please feel free to correct any of the ID I put on my pictures shoud you think is not correct.
    6. Comment on Undescribed moth, family Zygaenidae 19 days ago
      Not sure
    7. thanks
    8. Yes Christine. Since I'm not sure with the species so just put Aulacophora Sp. as a genus of leaf beetle. There's many species of Genus Aulacophora, i.e . A. indica, A. quadrima, A. nigripennis, etc.
    9. Thanks William
    10. Thanks Barry