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Tropical moist montane forest.
Tiny black bee.
Medium-sized brown millipede.
Photo by Maria Dahm.
Photo by Carla Mosimann.
A very small mantis.
Photos taken by Maria Dahm.
Photo by Silvia Manzini.
Photo by Nicola Kerr.
Caught in a trail.
Some species of bee.
A tiny black mantis.
Found outside the house.
Exotic species to Amani.
An exotic species to Amani.
Introduced species in Amani
Moth sighted using a moth trap sheet (2nd photo).
Tall tree, roughly 20 m length.
Very big slug, 20+ cm long!
A nymph of Hemiptera, apparently.
A brown female katydid found on a night walk.
A tiny brown cockroach.
A larger cockroach than last time. Very likely an adult.
Found at night on a branch near a clearing.
Long and brown stick insect, not very big.
Big black beetle found on an old tree.
Small black bee polinizing a blue mistflower, an exotic species.
Photos by Piotrek Tuczapski and me.
Plenty of blue flowers.
Probably another exotic species.
Photo by Piotrek Tuczapski.
Attracted at night by an artificial light.
Blue metallic bug.
Found by day sleeping in a tree.
Some white fungus decomposing the dead wood.
A bee polinizing a blue mistflower.
Found at night, a centipede perfectly matching the branch where it was walking.
Found in the leaves during a night walk.
Found during a night walk.
Small green spider with yellow markings on its abdomen.
Photos were taken by Maria Dahm.