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Photographers In A Blind Grey Herons On Gei Wai Russet Percher Nara Has Butterfly In Hand Plain Tiger On Vervain
Macaque At Kadoori Farm Macaque At Kadoori Farm
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Macaque At Kadoori Farm

Striated Heron At first I thought this was a black capped night heron but when I reviewed the books, the eye colour was wrong. This bird was in the enclosure for flamingos - I suspect it eats things the flamingos will not.
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Striated Heron

Running On The Paths Running On The Paths
John Harvey Photo > Hong Kong 10 > Running On The Paths

Nara Has Butterfly In Hand Nara Has Butterfly In Hand
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 13 > Nara Has Butterfly In Hand

Chocolate Pansy Chocolate Pansy
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 13 > Chocolate Pansy

Lemon Pansy Lemon Pansy
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 13 > Lemon Pansy

Lemon Pansy Underside It's amazing to me how different the underside (ventral view, looking at the animals belly) is from the topside (dorsal, the animals back) of this species. I initially thought this was two species until I reviewed the photos and found I had a series of photos of the butterfly flapping it's wings.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Lemon Pansy Underside

Lemon Pansy Upperside Lemon Pansy Upperside
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Lemon Pansy Upperside

Plain Tiger On Vervain Plain Tiger On Vervain
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 13 > Plain Tiger On Vervain

Great Egg-fly In Bright Light This is a somewhat shaky identification - I believe the white spots on the wings are either overwhelmed by the blue or just worn off. I have a poor photo of the underside of the wing - it better matches (but still worn) Great Egg-fly.

In this species the male and female don't look anything alike.

John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > Hong Kong 11 > Great Egg-fly In Bright Light