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    Default Tricolour feasting

    ID: Tricolour flat

    One of the unique flats of the butterfly world, these peculiarly shy beauties, who prefer to stay underneath the leaves and usually darker part of the terrain, was seen momentarily basking in the sun early in the day, just after a long spell of drizzle, and eventually ended up on to the bloom of the bush killer, enjoying the early morning breakfast to energize itself for its swift flight across the trail. Due to the distinctive variety of colour patterns on its wings, which also include small patches of transparent to translucent white colour, they are named as Triclour flat.

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    Lovely colours and details on the underparts of the wings. Good details on the eyes and the antennae. Is it the tube(?) in the centre which helps them to suck the nectar? Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    The wingspread looks nice. A slightly higher angle if possible would have been even better. Thanks for sharing.

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