nice shots..the big spider shud be a wolf spider.Peace wrote:Here's some pics to share from my forest trekking I did recently.
The first thing I came across is a tee tuu feeding on a cockroach, the cockroach was struggling to break free from the net but no avail.
There's lots of Giant Forest Ants on the leaf litter but they're hard to snap because they're always on the move and only stop for a second or two.
A millipede sleep in a hole of a broken branch.
Found this juvenile tree frog hopping on the forest floor.
And found a tee tuu while following the tree frog, and it's bigger than the tree frog.
I saw three stick insects, but only one I manage to spot without spooking them.
This beetle looks kind of like those that will flip when you place on the ground behind their backs.
And a giant find on this Raffle's Pitcher plant. It's one of the biggest lower pitcher I've seen so far, measuring ~27cm from top to bottom.
i like the millipede pic best