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I am Jeevan Jose from Kadavoor, Kerala, India. I take photos of plants and bugs. My works available at Flickr and Wikimedia Commons, too.

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kadavoor Glyptobasis sp.
Glyptobasis sp. commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India5 years ago

Glyptobasis sp (ID by Joshua R Jones and Bijoy Joy.)

kadavoor Light-tipped Demon
Light-tipped Demon commented on by kadavoor Kandy CP, Sri Lanka6 years ago

Can be Trithemis festiva, male too.

kadavoor Yellow Owl-fly
Yellow Owl-fly commented on by kadavoor Durgapur, West Bengal, India6 years ago

Ascalaphus dicax Walker, 1853 or Ascalaphus sinister Walker, 1853 , female. See expert opinions at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/45304094...

kadavoor Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

Cixiidae?

kadavoor Pear-Shaped Leucauge
Pear-Shaped Leucauge commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

Thanks, ChunXingWong for the ID.

kadavoor Ascaloptynx sp
Ascaloptynx sp commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

While several languages have their own terms for the Antlion adult (like Kuzhiyana in Malayalam), there is no widely used word for them in English.

kadavoor Ascaloptynx sp
Ascaloptynx sp commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

No, Chief RedEarth; both Antlion and Owlfly are Lacewings (Neuroptera) but are different families. Photo of adult Antlion: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jkadavoor/5...

kadavoor Ascaloptynx sp
Ascaloptynx sp commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

Thanks, mjgierke.

kadavoor Lemon or Common Emigrant
Lemon or Common Emigrant commented on by kadavoor Union Territory of Puducherry, India8 years ago

Catopsilia pomona

kadavoor Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kadavoor Kerala, India8 years ago

Thanks Argybee; photo of Amata sperbius looks similar to me. The one with three red bands is Euchromia polymena; not Amata cyssea.