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Friday, July 8, 2011

Maliau Basin - Part II

Maliau Basin trip report, Part II. You can find Part I here.

Violin beetle
violin beetle IMG_6260 copy

Jewel beetle, Catoxantha opulenta
jewel beetle IMG_7512 copy

Dead leaf mantis, Deroplatys truncata
dead leaf mantis deroplatys truncata IMG_6101 copy

Fishfly -  Neochauliodes borneensis (van der Weele, 1909), belonging to the subfamily Chauliodinae of family Corydalidae. Male adults.
fishfly or lacewing IMG_6550 merged copy

Mating pair of green lantern bugs, Pyrops shiinaorum shiinaorum
mating pair of green lantern bug Pyrops shiinaorum shiinaorum IMG_6748 copy

Green lantern bug, Pyrops shiinaorum shiinaorum
green lantern bug Pyrops shiinaorum shiinaorum IMG_6797 copy

Lantern bug, Pyrops sultana
white lantern bug Pyrops sultana IMG_7325 copy



Handsome longhorn beetle, Cyriopalus pascoei, Thomson, 1878, male.
longhorn beetle male Cyriopalus pascoei IMG_7326 copy

longhorn beetle Cyriopalus pascoei IMG_7332 copy


Handsome rhinoceros beetle, Chalcosoma mollenkampi.
male rhinoceros beetle Chalcosoma mollenkampi IMG_6585 copy

Rhino beetle, Chalcosoma atlas
IMG_7350 copy


Gonocephalus borneensis or G. liogaster?
gonocephalus liogaster or borneensis IMG_6313 copy

Frog, Staurois natator, Black spotted rock frog
frogIMG_6915 copy

Owlfly
owlfly IMG_7152 copy

owlfly IMG_7137 copy

Stag beetle
stag beetle IMG_6846 copy

A lovely white beetle
white beetle IMG_7020b copy

Euchomenella sp- Malaysian Long Neck Mantis, Giraffe Mantis
Euchomenella sp- Malaysian Long Neck Mantis, Giraffe Mantis IMG_7586 copy

5 comments:

  1. Hi, the insect which you named it "Antlion(?)", I think it is called Lacewing,that is what I've read from my encyclopedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysopidae

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  3. It looks like a lacewing but should be an antlion. I have photographed a few lacewings before.

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  4. Wow Kurt I am amazed with the beautiful array of creatures you have discovered on your recent trip all so beautifully photographed. Just brilliant and need to be seen by many more people!

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  5. Thanks Mel. It's a great place for nature lovers:).

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