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Love travelling and nature. Avid scuba diver. Always on the look out for interesting stuff both on land and underwater!
The species Synanthedon tipuliformis is endemic to the Palearctic ecozone, but is an invasive species in the Nearctic ecozone and the Australasia ecozone. So, probably not the species or like you said, a sub-species. Unless its also an invasive species to Borneo.
Sometimes, you are already out hiking the whole day, even if it rains, you just have bear with it till the night is over. Good thing I am using a water proof camera, so it helps that I can still take pics even though when it is wet :D