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GC Gan Moth on Bark
Moth on Bark commented on by GC Gan George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia4 years ago

Dear Nuwan, thanks for the ID suggestion. :)
Was received another suggestion few a week ago that the mentioned species was Coenodoumus sp., yet, the one you suggest seems match to the one i spotted pretty well.

GC Gan Messy Haired Caterpillar
Messy Haired Caterpillar commented on by GC Gan George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia4 years ago

Hay guys, thanks for the comment and glad to know that you guys love it. ;)

GC Gan Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by GC Gan George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia4 years ago

Thanks for the ID. :)

GC Gan Stalk-Eyed Fly
Stalk-Eyed Fly commented on by GC Gan George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia5 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion :)

GC Gan Leaf Mimic Katydid
Leaf Mimic Katydid commented on by GC Gan Malaysia5 years ago

Hi Bayucca, any idea for the genus or species??

GC Gan Monkey Hopper
Monkey Hopper commented on by GC Gan George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia5 years ago

Hey Bayuca,

Thanks for the suggestion, looks like the genus Erucius more suit to my spotting. But some suggest it could be the Erianthus sp., quite confusing, need and expert ti verify this i guess.

For time being, i will temporary use the genus Erucius then. :)

GC Gan Paradise Flying Tree Snake
Paradise Flying Tree Snake commented on by GC Gan Roxas City, Philippines6 years ago

I'm from Malaysia, hope you can get the photo next time and share with us, as the color for the young looks quite interesting, so i'm wonder how the adult going to looks like. :)

GC Gan Paradise Flying Tree Snake
Paradise Flying Tree Snake commented on by GC Gan Roxas City, Philippines6 years ago

I think you should keep it for further observation, to see what it turn into as an adult, i believe the black bands will become broader and fade as it growth, just like the rest of the Paradise Tree Snake (Chrysopelea paradisi).
While, just a thought, as i'm not familiar with the sp. endemic in Philippines.

GC Gan Indian Leaf butterfly
Indian Leaf butterfly commented on by GC Gan Malaysia6 years ago

Hi Ashish Nimkar,
Thanks for the suggestion, indeed, that's Kallima limborgii amplirufa, as this was spotted at Malaysia, and so far, that's the only sp. within the Kallima genus that had been identify in Malaysia. :)