Victim number two started by making a many legged run for it, but haplessly returned the way he came, into the heart of his foe. This centipede, soon outnumbered was hauled towards it's death. Time after time the centipede would curl into a defensive ball, then try to make a bit for freedom, however after a three and a half hour struggle was also dragged to it's death.
The most numerous of the butterflies here were Pale Hedge Blue's , Udara dilecta dilecta (Moore, 1879). This was the first time I got to photograph this species of butterfly.
Another first sighting fro me were a few Zebra Blues (Leptotes plinius).