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Small Snail with white shell
Small crab, around 3 cm in size, found along trail to
Tiny Hopper, around 6-7 mm in size.
Tiny Hopper around 5-6 mm in size.
Jumping Spiders, probably a Male & Female together.
Moth from the family of Erebinae
Small Moth, around 1 cm in size.
Mostly green in colour with spines and mossy look
Nymph of Praying Mantis, grey in colour.
Body size around 1 cm
Small Beetle, almost all yellow with 2 black spots on her back
ID by AgnesAdiqueTalavera at Philippines Lepidoptera
ID by AgnesAdiqueTalavera of Philippines Lepidoptera
Male Phasmid from the genus, Eubelides
A big Weevil, around 1.5 cm in size, black body with metallic green checkered ...
Female Phasmid from the genus Mithrenes
ID by LeanaLahom-Cristobal at Philippines Lepidoptera
Nymph of Praying Mantis, all green in colour.
Newly moulted Spider, still hanging to its old skin by a thread.
Saw 3 of them under a single leaf (Pic#2)
Male Phasmid from the genus Mithrenes
Small bug, around 1 cm in size, green in colour.
Size of shell around 3 cm, light green in colour.
Almost all black in colour, not sure if its pupae of moth or butterfly.
Small Snail, shell around 1.5 cm in size, goldfish in colour.
White hairy caterpillar around 5 cm in length.
Small Caterpillar, around 3 cm in size.
Small caterpillar, around 1.5 cm and in Pic#2, one was hiding under its webbing.
Small Moth, less than 1 cm in body length.
Antennae/Horn is longer than its ...
Small Moth, less than 1 cm in size but with long antennae/horn
Its either Symbrenthia lilaea thimo Fruhstorfer 1907
or Symbrenthia hippoclus ...
Tiny nymph of Issid Planthopper, just around 3-4mm in size.
Looks like it will ...
Female Phasmid from the family of Necrosciinae.
She opens her wings probably as ...
This small caterpillar, around 2.5 cm in size is covered with ...
Small Moth around 1.5 cm wing span.
Nymph of Phasmid from the Obrimini tribe.
Not sure of which genus, difficult to ...
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