This butterfly called chocolate royal. the chocolate wings often seen sipping on ixora flowers. Even the caterpillar eat this flower. The caterpillar also do a symbiosis with the ants by providing the with nectar that excrete from dorsal nectary organ in the caterpillar. While the ants will provide the caterpillar some protection againts predator.
Lesser grass blue, as the common name suggests this butterfly really love grass. often seen in group of several individual hopping from one patch of grass to another.
The common posy, usually found in the forest resting with the wings closed. The hind wind patterns used to fool the predators.
The white royal, this butterfly often seen perched in mid height trees. This really beautiful white lycaenids really catch on in the green foliage.
Hairy line blue seen here sipping on Pauh Pauh flower. The caterpillar of this butterfly eats many kind of fruits.
This small butterfly common name is indian cupid. This butterfly really loves grass land. Often seen skipping from one grass leaf to another.
Yamfly found basking in the sun. This brown-orange butterfly really love basking. The larvae of this species eats smilax leaves.
This fluffy tit is quite common in our park. She has long and beautiful tail. The flying is quite erratic. Usually seen in the lower part of our park.
This lycaenid is a territorial butterfly. Usually seen resting on top of ixora leaves. Near the park office.
The wing mark of this lycaenid resembles brown cloud. This butterfly is quite common in our park. This one loves to sip on starchytarpeta flower.
The red, yellow and silver striped butterfly usually seen in the lower part of our park.
This miletus species sometimes seen sipping on aphids secretion. This lycaenid loves shade and usually found on top of leaves under the shades.
This pierot butterfly usually found sipping on minerals on concrete, as seen on the picture.