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Russet Percher Two Skinks In Woodpile Hg Lemon Pansy Underside Russet Percher Red Flanked Bluetail In Forest Common Tailorbird Common Jester Asian Common Toad Striated Heron Red Flanked Bluetail In Forest Common Tailorbird Common Jester
Common Five-Ring Dry Season Another species that has similar looking species living in the same place.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Common Five-Ring Dry Season

Crowd To Photograph Coral Tree Crowd To Photograph Coral Tree
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Crowd To Photograph Coral Tree

White Eye In Coral Tree White Eye In Coral Tree
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > White Eye In Coral Tree

Changeable Lizard Basking This guy was basking at the top of a waist high bush - he was perfect height for photographs. I expected him to disappear when we got within metres of it, but it was quite patient. The lizard was basking so he was probably cold.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Changeable Lizard Basking

Banded Tree Brown This butterfly really liked this rock. The rock was in the middle of the meadow and lots of people walked by. The butterfly would sometimes take off, only to turn around and return back to almost the same spot.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Banded Tree Brown

Russet Percher Another species we saw at both the nature reserve and the the butterfly park. Most of the dragonflies you see in BC have entirely transparent wings, some with spots on them. This species is the opposite - opaque wings with transparent spots.

This photo is a composite of two images for depth of field.

John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Russet Percher

Red Whiskered Bulbul On Coral Tree Red Whiskered Bulbul On Coral Tree
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Red Whiskered Bulbul On Coral Tree

Asian Common Toad Oh, saucy! This wasn't a large pond, but I'm sure it's big enough for this pair.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Asian Common Toad

Common Five Ring Dry Season I didn't know this existed with butterflies - the butterflies that emerge in the dry season have a different number of spots than the ones that come out in the wet season (July here). The wet season version would have three rings on the bottom wing instead of two seen here.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Common Five Ring Dry Season

Glassy Tiger On Billygoat Weed There are a variety of butterflies that look pretty similar. Thankfully I have a book of local butterflies which makes it easier to figure out which of the similar types this is.

The butterfly is feeding on a weed introduced from the new world. The weed contaminates feed (it is poisonous) and spreads real well.

John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 11 > Glassy Tiger On Billygoat Weed