Admiralty Park Overnight Shoot
#1 Baby Huntsman Spider perched on a heart-shaped leaf
#2 Oriental Whip Snake, usually found high above the trees. It can drop on you anytime, be careful!!
#3 Common Garden Spider ([i]parawixia dehaani[/i]) just caught a cricket!
#4 Common Garden Spider spins its prey into a coccoon
#5 Mummification complete and it savours its dinner
#6 Looks like a spider with its egg sac, but someone said its a wrapped up prey. Not sure??
#7 Brightly Coloured Grasshopper
The following pictures are of a female Whip Spider (Ariamnes colubrinus, or Argyrodes colubrinus) protecting its egg sac. It is commonly called the twig spider for its excellent camouflage as a harmless twig suspended from leaves and twigs.
#8 Wide view of Whip Spider with Egg Sac
#9 Close up view… MY PRECIOUS!
#10 Another closeup
#11 When it senses danger, the legs would close up and the entire body forms a twig
#10 Wide view
The complete album can be viewed here.