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Luzon Point Headed Termites… Are They Faceless?

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1 January 2011
Termites are often spotted in our parks, and the infestation can get really bad. Most do not go closer to see how they look…
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The Spider Temple

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30 December 2010
The micro world never ceases to amaze, as we find facts after facts on bug behavior and patterns, with each getting more bizarre to…
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Bitten by a Walking Trash Collector

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30 December 2010
I’ve seen bugs that collect junk or trash and stick them on their backs for protection or camouflage. But IMO it just gives their…
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The Huntsman Spider’s Babies

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26 December 2010
A post-Christmas shoot at Venus Drive with quite a number of unique subjects! We found a Huntsman Spider tending after it’s nest. On closer…
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Merry Christmas from the Micro World!

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24 December 2010
The little ones celebrate Christmas too! Here’s wishing all readers, macro and nature lovers a merry Christmas and a fruitful new year!Click on the…
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Search for Glowing Mushrooms

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23 December 2010
Finally back to night shooting! Just a few subjects, but interestingly, we found quite a number of tiger beetles sleeping on leaves. As fast…
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The Sunda Pangolin

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13 December 2010
First off, this post has nothing to do with macro photography – but I’m guessing that many of you reading this blog would be…
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Zooming in for a Closer View

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11 December 2010
Did a small tweak to my flash setup and decided to do higher magnifications today. That also equals to more sweat and jelly arms…
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Oh Shit!

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10 December 2010
I had planned to capture the moments of a butterfly metamorphosis in the early morning, but couldn’t find any “ripe” chrysalis. Ended up spotting…
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Observing the Orange Emigrant

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3 December 2010
I ventured out early in the morning with the intention of capturing the metamorphosis of the Orange Emigrant, reaching the hot spot before 7am….
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An Intimate Millipede Moment

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3 December 2010
Found a lot of Yellow-Spotted Millipedes (Anoplodesmus sp.) on the ground while searching for butterflies, and noticed this pair having an intimate moment. At…
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The Courtship of Tiger Beetles

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2 December 2010
Went flat on the floor in hunt for tiger beetles! This post will feature the Tiger Beetle (Cicindela aurulenta). Tiger beetles are the fastest…
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Male? Female? or BOTH??

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2 December 2010
A hermaphrodite is both male and female – it possesses both male and female reproductive organs. Today’s main subjects are hermaphrodites, illustrated with a…
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The Deadly Assassin

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27 November 2010
There are many species of assassin bugs, but all are characterized by their swift and deadly killing action on their prey. They would typically…
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The Dairy Farm Discoveries

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21 November 2010
Back to the Dairy Farm Nature Park early in the morning! Many early joggers and strollers, but most would probably not see what I…
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Nocturnal Creatures of Mandai

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16 November 2010
A rainy night adventure into Mandai, and we chanced upon one of the largest longhorn beetles I’ve ever seen! The Long-Horned Beetle (Batocera rubus)…
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