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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

    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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    Brown nymphalid, western Kenya, October

    Grateful for any thoughts on the attached, seen in a farmer's garden. Many thanks, Guy
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    Two more dragonflies from western Kenya, October

    Sorry about poor quality. I was in the field with only the business pro camera rather than my own bridge camera that is actually much better for this animals. However, I think there's something to go on here, so I'm taking a punt. Any ideas welcome. Thanks, Guy
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    Western Kenyan pierid anyone?

    Not sure how much XP of east African butterflies is available on this forum, but worth a try :-) Grateful for any assistance with ID. I suspect Mylothris sp. Thanks Guy
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    Ground-loving dragonflies, western Kenya, October

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of following individuals. I suspect these represent a single species, with the bluish ones being the males, but I could be wrong. Thanks Guy
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    Little or Western Reef Egret, western Kenya, October

    Grateful for any pointers on attached. All the non-Cattle white egrets seemed "much of a much-ness", and all struck me as a little "out of the ordinary" for Little. Thanks Guy
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    Glossy Starling sp, Mbita Point, Western Kenya, 26 Oct 2019

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of attached. Thanks Guy
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    Phylloscopus, Ras Al-Khair, eastern Saudi Arabia, April 2017

    Grateful for advice on the attached. I got very conflicting feedback from UK birders and someone from OSME shortly after my visit. Thanks Guy
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    Cisticola, Uhuru garden, Nairobi, 1 November

    Grateful for any assistance with ID of attached. Thanks Guy
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    Cisticola, Mbita Point, western Kenya, 26 October

    Grateful for assistance with ID of bird shown in multiple images attached. Thanks Guy
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