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Stalk-Eyed Flies… It Gets Longer!

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20 May 2012
Stalk-Eyed Flies (Diopsidae) have eyes on long stalks. Self-explanatory name isn’t it? But how long do they actually get? The length of the eye stalks are actually a measure…
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Bioluminescence in Mushrooms.. Walking Through Pandora

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11 May 2012
I’m on a quest. A quest to find a large cluster of glow-in-the-dark mushrooms, also known as bioluminescent mushrooms/fungi. These fascinating little smurfy sprouts tend to appear during the…
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The Busy, Busy Dragonflies

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5 May 2012
It has been an incredibly long time since we did our last day shoot, and decided on doing one this weekend to practise for our coming trip to Sarawak….
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The Singapore Trilobite Larva

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30 April 2012
Decomposing logs are home to many little critters and fungi. Of which, one of the most fascinating ones… are trilobite larvae. The females of this creature remain in the…
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The Threat of a Singapore Tarantula

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28 April 2012
Many spiders would raise their legs in a threatening pose when they sense an incoming danger. One of the more distinct ones were from the Singapore Tarantula (Phlogiellus inermis),…