What’s called a Spider and a Scorpion, but is actually neither?
#1 This Tailless Whip Scorpion (Amblypygi) was spotted on the ground. The eyes are so small that they looked like 1 single eye, like an alien.
#2 Found another larger one on a tree bark
#4 Bird Dropping Spider (Cyrtarachne). We spotted a number of them along the trail.
#5 The spider looks like a blob of bird dropping, and the liquid within swirls very slowly. Took 2 shots to illustrate this.
#6 Side view of the Bird Dropping Spider
#7 Female Crab Spider welcomes us with open arms (legs)
#8 Looks like a destroyed web
#9 Last shot of the crab spider
#10 A pair of sleeping beauties. Gram Blues, thanks to Khew for the ID 🙂
#11 My favorite shot of a handsome Longhorn Beetle
#13 Jumping Spider, my flash diffuser shapes becomes very visible in this pic
#14 Emperor Cat (no thats not the real name)
#15 Side view of the caterpillar
The complete album can be viewed here.