Haven’t posted for quite a long while, felt bad about that. Good thing I found these bunch of baby grasshoppers in our garden two Sunday mornings ago – and I just have to share them.
Pollens wouldn’t be the same without those flying insects. They play a big role in the reproduction system of the flowers/plants, especially the bees. That’s why, I think, an insect definitely completes the picture a flower. Last week I signed … Continue reading
This butterfly (an Orange Sulphur, I think) seems to be hiding. It even chose a flower of its same color to go unnoticed… but not with my keen eyes.
There is so much we don’t know with everything around us… so many things we didn’t see and have taken for granted. And I am grateful I have a camera to see some of these things, capture them and sometimes … Continue reading
Flesh fly of the family Sarcophagidae are similar in appearance to the house fly but are characterized by blackish stripes on the gray thorax. The abdomen has a light and dark gray checkerboard pattern and is often red at the … Continue reading
I saw this damselfly late morning the other day, I think it’s a Rambur’s Forktail. It caught a fly and was devouring it heartily; so busy eating it didn’t mind if I got closer. This made me wonder how the … Continue reading
Being a tropical plant in a tropical country, we got plenty of these in our garden – it’s really easy to grow. It would still be okay even if you forgot to water it for a couple of days. We … Continue reading
Another rare find for me – a hairstreak butterfly; I don’t remember seeing this small butterfly before. Its’ wingspan is more or less 25mm and the upper wing side is dark brown in color, but I’m not sure if it … Continue reading
Here’s another day-flying moth I found the other day. Judging by the look of it’s back I’m guessing this one belongs to the Arctiidae family of genus Ctenucha. I’m using scientific names here so it would seem I know what … Continue reading
Yesterday as I delight to the shining sun and the terribly missed blue sky, I spotted another spots. But this time it’s a moth and it’s the first time I’ve seen such kind. She wouldn’t keep still at first, so … Continue reading