SYMBIOSIS

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Col Bimal Sarkar

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May 28, 2011, 12:01:04 PM5/28/11
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Dear Friend,
Ixora is a very common plant in Indian Gardens.Quite a number of species of butterflies visit this flower.Attaching an image of male of Great Mormon on Ixora flower.You may like it.
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Col (Retd) Bimal Sarkar
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Col Bimal Sarkar

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May 29, 2011, 10:40:56 AM5/29/11
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Dear Friend,
Umbrella tree is in bloom at this time of the year at Cooch Behar.Bees,wasps,hornets and butterflies visit the flowers in search of nectar.Could captur an interesting image, where Grey Pansy and Peacock Pansy are enjoying nectar together.You may like it.
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Col Bimal Sarkar

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May 30, 2011, 10:16:47 AM5/30/11
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Dear Friend,
Flowers of certain types of Palm are visited by bees,wasps ,hornetsand butterflies.Attaching an image of Common fourring butterfly on flowers of such a palm.You may like it.
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Col Bimal Sarkar

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Jun 1, 2011, 8:28:59 AM6/1/11
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Dear Friend,
Polygonum of differernt types are in bloom at this time of the year at Cooch Behar.Attaching an image of Peacock Pansy butterfly on a species of Polygonum.In addition to this butterfly,Common Crow,Common Leopard,Common Tiger,Plain Tiger etc visit this flower.
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Col Bimal Sarkar

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Jun 3, 2011, 9:46:08 AM6/3/11
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Dear Friend,
Attaching two images on symbiosis.In one of the images a Greyheaded Myna is eating fruits of Michelia champak.In the other image a Tailed Jay butterfly is on Zinnia.
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