Tawau Hills Day 4

10 March 2015

Tawau Hills 2015: [ Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 ]

We had been getting about 4 hours of sleep each day and by day 4, we really needed lots of bugs to keep us going. The good news is, the bugs lived up to our expectations and we slept even later on day 4! @[email protected]

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Morning Lantern Bugging Ritual

Every morning, we’d pay the lantern bugs a visit. We saw Pyrops sultanus again but I didn’t get to shoot it as it was either too high up or flew away before I got to them.

    Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi) - DSC_4715
  1. Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi)

    Found the blue-snout lantern bug at a low height!

  2. Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi) - DSC_4717
  3. Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi)

    And it gave me the chance to do an extreme close up of the snout. 🙂

  4. Ground beetle (Carabidae) - DSC_4732
  5. Ground beetle (Carabidae)

    There were a few of these tiny ground beetles on the tree trunks.

  6. Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi) - DSC_4736
  7. Lantern bug (Pyrops whiteheadi)

    The park rangers saw the same lantern bug with much fresher wings!

  8. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4741
  9. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    We proceeded to the BBQ area, and started shooting mayflies (again!).

  10. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4745
  11. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    The mayflies here were a little bit different from the lamp post ones.

  12. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4757
  13. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)


  14. Ant (Formicidae) - DSC_4764
  15. Ant (Formicidae)

    This ant looked like it had lost its wings.

  16. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae) - DSC_4767
  17. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae)

    Back to the beautiful blue harvestmen again, they are very easily spotted.

  18. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae) - DSC_4771
  19. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae)

    View from the front, with a bit of stacking.

  20. Jumping spider (Salticidae) - DSC_4777
  21. Jumping spider (Salticidae)

    One of the wide-jawed jumping spiders. Forgot to take more angles. T_T

  22. Crab spider (Thomisidae) - DSC_4781
  23. Crab spider (Thomisidae)

    Cute littel crab spider, possibly a juvenile.

  24. Mantis (Mantodea) - DSC_4797
  25. Mantis (Mantodea)

    Every once in a while, a mantis would turn up.

  26. Mantis (Mantodea) - DSC_4800
  27. Mantis (Mantodea)

    Very elegant one indeed!

  28. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4806
  29. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    Ok back to mayflies, what else? There were quite a few different looking ones in the area.

  30. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4807
  31. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    This is the classic one (i.e. most common).

  32. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4811
  33. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    Similar, but darker abdominal patterns.

  34. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4815
  35. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    The abdomen on this was slightly translucent.

  36. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4825
  37. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    And with big derpy eyes!

  38. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4833
  39. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    Another in the “praying” pose.

  40. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4842
  41. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    Remember to take shots of this angle, cross-eyed cuteness!

  42. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4852
  43. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    Sad look.

  44. Leafhopper (Cicadellidae) - DSC_4857
  45. Leafhopper (Cicadellidae)

    Dull looking but a leafhopper that I’ve not seen before.

  46. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae) - DSC_4869
  47. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae)

    Amber found this shield bug caught in a spider’s web, with a bit of sunlight shining through it.

  48. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae) - DSC_4873
  49. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae)

    Opened the aperture for a smoother background.

  50. Cockroach (Blattodea) - DSC_4879
  51. Cockroach (Blattodea)

    Patterned cockroach nymph.

  52. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera) - DSC_4887
  53. Mayfly (Ephemeroptera)

    More mayflies!

  54. Fungus weevil (Anthribidae) - DSC_4895
  55. Fungus weevil (Anthribidae)

    Classic fungus weevil. I saw another one that was several times bigger, but lost it after chasing it around over many trees. 🙁

  56. Fungus weevil (Anthribidae) - DSC_4899
  57. Fungus weevil (Anthribidae)

    Dorsal view.

  58. Ant (Formicidae) - DSC_4902
  59. Ant (Formicidae)

    This ant had a very nice tone of red.

  60. Ant (Formicidae) - DSC_4905
  61. Ant (Formicidae)

    As expected with ants, it kept walking around.

  62. Ant (Formicidae) - DSC_4908
  63. Ant (Formicidae)

    Rare to get a close up shot of the face, luckily it stopped for a few seconds!

  64. Jumping spider (Salticidae) - DSC_4923
  65. Jumping spider (Salticidae)

    One of the jumping spiders residing on tree trunks.

  66. Jumping spider (Salticidae) - DSC_4926
  67. Jumping spider (Salticidae)

    Somehow, most of those on tree trunks tend to look down.

  68. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae) - DSC_4928
  69. Blue harvestman (Gagrellinae)

    The blue harvestmen could be found on tree trunks as well!

  70. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.) - DSC_4938
  71. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.)

    Within some of these messy webs lie the spider that constructed it all.

  72. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.) - DSC_4941
  73. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.)

    Unfortunately I couldn’t get a black background to make the web stand out.

  74. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.) - DSC_4944
  75. Trashline orb web spider (Cyclosa sp.)

    Still an ok shot for web documentation. 😉

  76. Ant (Crematogaster inflata) - DSC_4946
  77. Ant (Crematogaster inflata)

    There was also a stream of ants that looked quite different.

  78. Ant (Crematogaster inflata) - DSC_4953
  79. Ant (Crematogaster inflata)

    The thorax looked like it had 2 tubercles on an elevated yellow mound.

  80. Weevil (Curculionidae) - DSC_4969
  81. Weevil (Curculionidae)

    These weevils like to drop dead when disturbed, and won’t move for quite a while.

  82. Stick insects (Phasmatodea) - DSC_4979
  83. Stick insects (Phasmatodea)

    Off the trail, we saw stick insects mating again.

  84. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_4988
  85. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Found this beautiful crab spider on the foliage with a pink dotted abdomen.

  86. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5000
  87. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Cute face!

  88. Ant (Formicidae) - DSC_5004
  89. Ant (Formicidae)

    Another one of the fuzzy looking ants. Amber liked the diversity of ants and kept looking for them!

  90. Tarantula (Theraphosidae) - DSC_5006
  91. Tarantula (Theraphosidae)

    On our way back, we found a dead tarantula toasting on the tar path.

  92. Tarantula (Theraphosidae) - DSC_5008
  93. Tarantula (Theraphosidae)


  94. Night Walk!

    We had a slightly earlier break to get some rest before going out for dinner, where we decided to order more seafood which Tawau was supposedly famous for. Maybe next time we should do our homework on the places to eat first.. heh. Soon we found ourselves back on the trails at night, joined by Jeff! There was a group of German herpetologists who just arrived and were looking for frogs, and Jeff was showing them photos of many of the frogs in the area.

    Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5014
  95. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Just by the pavilion this giant river toad was chilling out.

  96. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5020
  97. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    It was about 20cm long, I only had my $2 for size comparison. 😛

  98. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5024
  99. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Due to the size, I had to detach my flashes and placed them manually on the floor.

  100. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5028
  101. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Looked so glum.

  102. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5038
  103. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    With direct flash, the toad looked “flatter” without much detail on the skin as compared to the photos above.

  104. Paper wasps (Polistinae) - DSC_5039
  105. Paper wasps (Polistinae)

    Nick and Amber showed me this mass of paper wasps on a tree trunk.

  106. Paper wasps (Polistinae) - DSC_5040
  107. Paper wasps (Polistinae)

    I got closer…

  108. Paper wasps (Polistinae) - DSC_5044
  109. Paper wasps (Polistinae)

    And decided this was the closest I’d go as they seem to be getting agitated by my light!

  110. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5045
  111. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Went back to take a close up of the toad’s eye before we went on to the trails. 🙂

  112. Masked hunter assassin bug (Reduvius sp.) - DSC_5049
  113. Masked hunter assassin bug (Reduvius sp.)

    Saw the assassin bug again with lots of debris and ant carcasses.

  114. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis) - DSC_5055
  115. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis)

    Was it blinking?

  116. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis) - DSC_5056
  117. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis)

    Ahhh the eyes look normal now.

  118. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis) - DSC_5057
  119. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis)

    The tree frogs were at their usual positions.

  120. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis) - DSC_5061
  121. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis)

    Ever so sleepy looking.

  122. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis) - DSC_5062
  123. Harlequin flying frog (Rhacophorus pardalis)

    Despite my clumsy movements, it did not move at all.

  124. Longhorn orb web spider (Macracantha arcuata) - DSC_5065
  125. Longhorn orb web spider (Macracantha arcuata)

    Another longhorn orb weaver, easily spotted near the trail entrance.

  126. Emerald darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae) - DSC_5068
  127. Emerald darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae)

    This emerald darkling beetle was very prominent despite being green.

  128. Huntsman spider (Heteropoda sp.) - DSC_5070
  129. Huntsman spider (Heteropoda sp.)

    The usual huntsman spiders were out looking for food on the tree trunks.

  130. Rove beetle (Aleocharinae) - DSC_5071
  131. Rove beetle (Aleocharinae)

    Initially, I thought that this was a round looking beetle. Turned out that it was a rove beetle with the abdomen flipped over!

  132. Rove beetle (Aleocharinae) - DSC_5077
  133. Rove beetle (Aleocharinae)

    View from the front.

  134. Emerald darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae) - DSC_5080
  135. Emerald darkling beetle (Tenebrionidae)

    Back to the darkling beetle again, everything’s near to each other. 🙂

  136. Frog - DSC_5084
  137. Frog

    Little frog found on the ground.

  138. Frog - DSC_5086
  139. Frog

    Not looking too happy.

  140. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5089
  141. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    Very pretty Neoscona found way above our heads.

  142. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5092
  143. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    A larger Neoscona, hanging out.

  144. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5094
  145. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    After my intrusion, it quickly went into hiding.

  146. Moth (Lepidoptera) - DSC_5097
  147. Moth (Lepidoptera)

    Forgot to take more shots of this moth!

  148. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5102
  149. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    More shots of this Neoscona.

  150. Crane fly (Tipulidae) - DSC_5106
  151. Crane fly (Tipulidae)

    Very big crane fly, with a unique tone of green.

  152. Crane fly (Tipulidae) - DSC_5110
  153. Crane fly (Tipulidae)

    Close up on the eyes.

  154. Ground spider (Zodariidae) - DSC_5119
  155. Ground spider (Zodariidae)

    Never knew why these were called ground spiders, when I hardly ever see them on the ground.

  156. Ground spider (Zodariidae) - DSC_5121
  157. Ground spider (Zodariidae)

    Mature male! The pedipalps always appear truncated on this genus.

  158. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?) - DSC_5127
  159. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?)

    One of my favorite finds of the night! It was almost impossible to see it until inspected up close!

  160. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?) - DSC_5136
  161. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?)

    Odd looking eye arrangement, but closest to Ctenidae.

  162. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?) - DSC_5139
  163. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?)

    Wider view of the camouflage.

  164. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?) - DSC_5141
  165. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?)

    Close up of the body.

  166. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?) - DSC_5146
  167. Lichen wandering spider (Acantheis sp.?)

    Lateral view.

  168. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5151
  169. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    One of the many huntsman spiders, I was just shooting everything. 😉

  170. Derbid planthopper (Derbidae) - DSC_5153
  171. Derbid planthopper (Derbidae)

    A vibrant coloured planthopper!

  172. Derbid planthopper (Derbidae) - DSC_5162
  173. Derbid planthopper (Derbidae)

    Tried a bit of back lighting.

  174. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea) - DSC_5166
  175. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea)

    While Jeff and Nick moved ahead, they told us of a pair of leeches along the path.

  176. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea) - DSC_5174
  177. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea)

    The 2 of them were busily seeking us out.

  178. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea) - DSC_5179
  179. Tiger leeches (Hirudinea)

    But they found each other. Erm…

  180. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5185
  181. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Found another crab spider, similar to the one we found in the day.

  182. Big-jawed spider (Tetragnathidae) - DSC_5188
  183. Big-jawed spider (Tetragnathidae)

    A young big-jawed spider.

  184. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae) - DSC_5190
  185. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae)

    We found a few of these tiger beetles, very nice colours!

  186. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae) - DSC_5193
  187. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae)

    Not too happy with me approaching, and 2 of them flew off.

  188. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae) - DSC_5202
  189. Tiger beetle (Cicindelinae)

    Managed to get a decent dorsal view. 🙂

  190. Cricket (Gryllidae) - DSC_5197
  191. Cricket (Gryllidae)

    The crickets were also looking quite unique.

  192. Cricket (Gryllidae) - DSC_5199
  193. Cricket (Gryllidae)

    Very distinct and contrasty patterns.

  194. Pirate spider (Mimetidae) - DSC_5206
  195. Pirate spider (Mimetidae)

    This very small spider was found leaning on a tree trunk. Wasn’t too sure if it is a mimetid.

  196. Pirate spider (Mimetidae) - DSC_5208
  197. Pirate spider (Mimetidae)

    Not easy to get a good angle.

  198. Pirate spider (Mimetidae) - DSC_5215
  199. Pirate spider (Mimetidae)

    Finally decided to stop for a moment!

  200. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae) - DSC_5217
  201. Giant shield bug (Tessaratomidae)

    Resident of this area, one of the most wide spread subjects!

  202. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5219
  203. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    This huntsman spider was hiding on some buttress.

  204. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5221
  205. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    Looking down at it.

  206. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5228
  207. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    Somehow managed a close up shot as well!

  208. Stick insect (Phasmatodea) - DSC_5231
  209. Stick insect (Phasmatodea)

    Slender looking stick insect.

  210. Wolf spider (Lycosidae) - DSC_5234
  211. Wolf spider (Lycosidae)

    Reached our cabins, and checked out the life on the grass.

  212. Monkey grasshopper (Caelifera) - DSC_5239
  213. Monkey grasshopper (Caelifera)

    Same same but different.

  214. Wolf spider (Lycosidae) - DSC_5240
  215. Wolf spider (Lycosidae)

    Many wolf spiders scuttling around, some with egg sacs.

  216. Wolf spider (Lycosidae) - DSC_5243
  217. Wolf spider (Lycosidae)

    Most were skittish, so I didn’t take too many shots.

  218. Treehopper (Membracidae) - DSC_5249
  219. Treehopper (Membracidae)

    There were also a few of these horned treehoppers.

  220. Treehopper (Membracidae) - DSC_5257
  221. Treehopper (Membracidae)

    Like… ultraman?

  222. Frog - DSC_5262
  223. Frog

    And the usual frogs on the ground.

  224. Frog - DSC_5263
  225. Frog

    Had to go on the grass to take this shot.

  226. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5272
  227. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Looks like a younger version of the crab spider shot earlier!

  228. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5276
  229. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Face shot.

  230. Thorn-mimic treehopper (Membracidae) - DSC_5279
  231. Thorn-mimic treehopper (Membracidae)

    Treehopper nymph, usually accompanied by ants.

  232. Treehopper (Membracidae) - DSC_5282
  233. Treehopper (Membracidae)

    Probably the corresponding adult.

  234. Treehopper (Membracidae) - DSC_5286
  235. Treehopper (Membracidae)

    Not sure if it is the same as the previous treehopper!?

  236. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5290
  237. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    Looks like this genus is the most common orb-weaver around here.

  238. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.) - DSC_5293
  239. Orb web spider (Neoscona sp.)

    Shot of the eyes.

  240. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5300
  241. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    While Dennis was shooting the crab spider, a mayfly showed up (probably attracted to our lights) and got caught!

  242. Crab spider (Epidius sp.) - DSC_5307
  243. Crab spider (Epidius sp.)

    Munching on the head.

  244. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5312
  245. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Passed by the giant toad again, and found it to be resting its head on the concrete. 😛

  246. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper) - DSC_5310
  247. Giant river toad (Phrynoidis juxtasper)

    Passport photo?

  248. Dead leaf grasshopper (Caelifera) - DSC_5316
  249. Dead leaf grasshopper (Caelifera)

    Amber lost her torch earlier in the day, so we went back to the trail to search for it.. and got distracted!

  250. Unknown eggs - DSC_5317
  251. Unknown eggs

    Weird looking eggs.

  252. Unknown eggs - DSC_5318
  253. Unknown eggs

    Anyone recognize them?

  254. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini) - DSC_5319
  255. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini)

    Before long, we were back at our favorite lamp post, this time shooting moths!

  256. Lappet moth (Trabala sp.) - DSC_5320
  257. Lappet moth (Trabala sp.)

    There was a cute green one too!

  258. Lappet moth (Trabala sp.) - DSC_5323
  259. Lappet moth (Trabala sp.)

    But very high up.. had to do an ugly stance to reach it.

  260. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini) - DSC_5324
  261. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini)

    Front shot.

  262. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini) - DSC_5329
  263. Geometrid moth (Boarmiini)

    Checking out the combed antennae. Seems like many of the moths near to the lights were faded or injured.

  264. Earwig (Dermaptera) - DSC_5335
  265. Earwig (Dermaptera)

    Fat looking earwig on the foliage.

  266. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae) - DSC_5344
  267. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae)

    Amber spotted this planthopper on the bridge railing.

  268. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae) - DSC_5348
  269. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae)

    Was staying still, and allowed me to take more close ups from various angles.

  270. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae) - DSC_5377
  271. Flatid planthopper (Flatidae)

    But lazy to remove the Raynox and had limited angles.

  272. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis) - DSC_5379
  273. Copper-cheeked frog (Hylarana labialis)

    Quite a lot of frogs around the bridge.

  274. Frog - DSC_5380
  275. Frog

    Unsure of ID.

  276. Frog - DSC_5384
  277. Frog

    Close to narrow mouthed frog?

  278. Common hawk moth (Daphnusa ocellaris) - DSC_5386
  279. Common hawk moth (Daphnusa ocellaris)

    This hawk moth was at the toilet for several days, had to take some shots of it!

  280. Common hawk moth (Daphnusa ocellaris) - DSC_5387
  281. Common hawk moth (Daphnusa ocellaris)

    Dorsal view

  282. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5340
  283. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    The final and favorite find of the night! Spotted this giant beauty from a distance below the bridge.

  284. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5355
  285. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    Approached slowly as I was uncertain of its behavior.

  286. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5357
  287. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    Climbed down below the bridge to get some shots of the eyes.

  288. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5361
  289. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    And went closer…

  290. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae) - DSC_5372
  291. Huntsman spider (Sparassidae)

    And closer! Couldn’t believe the colours when I went for higher magnifications.

After lots of non-stop shooting, we finally called it a day (night) at 4am and tried cleaning up the mess in the common area before we hit the beds. If there was an additional night, would it have been 5am?!

The complete album for this day’s findings can be viewed on Flickr.

Remember to check out the other posts for this trip from the links below! If you are interested in the smaller wildlife of Borneo with the guide of an experienced macro photographer, check out the upcoming Borneo Bootcamp. It is not to be missed!

Tawau Hills 2015: [ Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 ]




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