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    Leptosia?, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Thanks, Andy. Assuming that L. nupta is out of range, your ID would be definitive? Guy
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    Banded Groundling sp., Stedman Gardens & Recreation, Nairobi, November

    Thank you, Paul. Given you can differentiate the two (I will clearly need to study the images more closely), can you tell which species is illustrated in my earlier post https://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=384721 ? Guy
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    Banded Groundling sp., Stedman Gardens & Recreation, Nairobi, November

    According to http://addo.adu.org.za/index.php?taxon_id=70000 and http://addo.adu.org.za/index.php?taxon_id=69800 I would assume this is Southern Banded Groundling Brachythemis leucosticta... Any thoughts? Thanks
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    Banded Groundling sp., Stedman Gardens & Recreation, Nairobi, November

    I believe this is a Banded Groundling male, but which species in Nairobi (or both)? Thanks Guy
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    Leptosia?, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of assumed Leptosia sp. illustrated. Thanks Guy
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    Another Oloolua satyr

    Grateful for ID help, please. Thanks Guy
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    Satyr, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of attached. I have done my best to enhance. Thanks, Guy
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    Salamis sp(p)., Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful for any help with specific ID of attached individuals. Also, how many species of Salamis are likely to be at one forest site? Thanks Guy
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    Kenyan pierid, Oloolua Forest Trail, November

    Grateful for any help with the attached. Thanks Guy
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    Soldier Pansy?, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful if anyone can confirm or deny my ID of this forest butterfly from Kenya. Thanks Guy
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    Nymphalid 2, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Looks very much like Nymphalid 1, but underside black marking definitely different -- intraspecific variation? Thanks Guy
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    Nymphalid 1, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Sorry, I think I'm being lazy here and that even with only Williams (1971) I might be able to track this down, but Williams only shows ups. Grateful for ID assistance with this one. Thanks Guy
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    Hesperid, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    And here is what I a think is the upperside (I had it filed as yellow lycaenid, but having second thoughts). Thanks Guy
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    Hesperid, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful for any help with the attached. Details per subject line. Many thanks, Guy
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    Amauris type, Oloolua Forest Trail, Nairobi, November

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of Amauris-type illustrated. Apologies for poor quality of upperside (autofocus let me down). Thanks Guy
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    British Mammal ID Sheets

    Thanks for the set, Mark!
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