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TanKianYong

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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TanKianYong Barred Eagle-Owl
Barred Eagle-Owl commented on by TanKianYong Selangor, Malaysia10 years ago

yup! broad day light! hw'd u guess its KSNP? lol

TanKianYong Storms stork
Storms stork commented on by TanKianYong Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

ur welcome :)

TanKianYong Red Grasshawk
Red Grasshawk commented on by TanKianYong Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

Pardon me but i really belive thats a Neurothemis terminata :) Still without a common name. N.fluctuans have a more curvy white-red border at the hind wing, N.terminata only have the white section on the wing tip.

Link:
N.terminata - http://dragonsndamsels.blogspot.com/2007...
N.fluctuans - http://www.interestingfoto.com/2011/07/r...

Cheers! =)

TanKianYong Oriental Pied Hornbill
Oriental Pied Hornbill commented on by TanKianYong Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

Ash, its nowhere close to a helmeted hornbill. the 'horn' of the helmeted is more squarish :)

TanKianYong Oriental Pied Hornbill
Oriental Pied Hornbill commented on by TanKianYong Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

Thank you! :D I would think thats a female rather

TanKianYong Dragonfly
Dragonfly commented on by TanKianYong Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA10 years ago

Lovely display of the wings!

TanKianYong Spotted Tortoise Beetle
Spotted Tortoise Beetle commented on by TanKianYong Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

Thanks for the support everyone! :D

TanKianYong Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by TanKianYong Malaysia10 years ago

oh! its an antlion adult? i've never actually seen one.. until today! haha. thanks!

TanKianYong Spotted Tortoise Beetle
Spotted Tortoise Beetle commented on by TanKianYong Sabah, Malaysia10 years ago

Its a beetle? wow! thanks for correcting! :D

TanKianYong Batik Orb Web Spider
Batik Orb Web Spider commented on by TanKianYong Selangor, Malaysia10 years ago

Thanks! Its a 'she' actually. The size including leg span, roughly about 3 inch width and 5 inch length. Males are much smaller, about 1cm or less

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