Tuesday, January 14, 2014

HortPark Part I


Continuing from Kent Ridge Park, the distance only took me about 5 mins to HortPark.

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Saw this mistletoe along the way
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Syzygium sp. developing fruits
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Syzygium sp.
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Syzygium sp.
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Syzygium sp.
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Olive-backed Sunbird (Cinnyris jugularis) preening itself - you can see its little tongue at the end of its beak
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ID welcomed
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Ficus auriculata fruits
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ID welcomed
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Tibouchina urvilleana
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Citrus maxima aka Pomelo
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Citrus maxima
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Sunbird leaf-bathing on the leaves
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 Xanthostemon chrysanthus aka Golden Penda Tree fruits
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ID welcomed
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ID welcomed
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Sunbird
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 Tabebuia haemantha - didn't spot the praying mantis until i went through my photos!
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ID welcomed
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Tecoma stans - flowering profusely
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Plumbago auriculata flowers
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ID welcomed
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ID welcomed
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ID welcomed
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Calliandra surinamensis
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Calliandra surinamensis
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Calliandra surinamensis
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Painted Jezebel (Delias hyparete metarete) on Calliandra surinamensis
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Holmskioldia sanguinea
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ID welcomed
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ID welcomed
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Sterculia sp. flowers
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Sterculia sp.
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Sterculia sp. closeup of the flowers
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Sterculia sp.
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Hippobroma longiflora
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Chocolate Pansy (Junonia hedonia ida)
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Osmoxylon lineare
HortPark is full of exotic ornamentals which I have no knowledge on, need to research more to find out their identities. Stay tuned for the second part for more ornamentals @ HortPark :)

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