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FakawiTribe Leaf-footed Bug
Leaf-footed Bug commented on by FakawiTribe Ipoh, PRK, Malaysia4 years ago

Thanks WonGun! just amazed that there are two species that look so alike!

FakawiTribe Bulbitermes termite arboreal nest
Bulbitermes termite arboreal nest commented on by FakawiTribe Pahang, Malaysia5 years ago

Awesome! Thanks Ashley!

FakawiTribe Bulbitermes termite arboreal nest
Bulbitermes termite arboreal nest commented on by FakawiTribe Pahang, Malaysia5 years ago

I am guessing that all those brain-like furrows act to increase the surface area of the globe. That may help in keeping the temperature inside cool and to speed up drying when wet.
Enough to give anyone the heebie jeebies... haha

FakawiTribe Social Spiders
Social Spiders commented on by FakawiTribe PRK, Malaysia5 years ago

ID, anyone?

FakawiTribe Green Butterfly
Green Butterfly commented on by FakawiTribe Bau, Sarawak, Malaysia5 years ago

nice spot!

FakawiTribe Rafflesia / Corpse Flower
Rafflesia / Corpse Flower commented on by FakawiTribe PRK, Malaysia5 years ago

Thanks, Dandoucette!

FakawiTribe Rafflesia / Corpse Flower
Rafflesia / Corpse Flower commented on by FakawiTribe PRK, Malaysia5 years ago

thanks! i was really lucky to spot this one. bucket list.
this flower blooms deep in the jungle and only once in 8-9 months.
wilts and dies in 7 days. This was day five of the bloom.

FakawiTribe Rafflesia / Corpse Flower
Rafflesia / Corpse Flower commented on by FakawiTribe PRK, Malaysia5 years ago

"Somehow, after generations and generations of intimate contact between parasite and host, Rafflesia has ended up with more than the usual parasitic spoils. As a new study published today in BMC Genomics reveals, the parasite expresses dozens of genes that it has co-opted from its host. "

FakawiTribe firefly larvae beetle
firefly larvae beetle commented on by FakawiTribe Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia5 years ago

woop!

FakawiTribe unknown Harvestman species
unknown Harvestman species commented on by FakawiTribe PRK, Malaysia5 years ago

Thanks Zaidi!
I was wondering if it was a harvestman at first. The big pincer mouthpiece that huge compared to its body made think whip spider at first glance.

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