Penthicodes farinosa

Found 26 Sept. 2018. Posted 15 Oct. 2018. Natural light. Found during day time. Keningau
Found 26 Sept. 2018. Posted 15 Oct. 2018. Full Flash. Found during night time. Keningau

Penthicodes (Ereosoma) quadrimaculata Lallemand, 1963.

This is among the wanted species I’m looking for. Penthicodes (Ereosoma) quadrimaculata Lallemand, 1963. ID by Jerome Constant. Unfortunately, I did not bring along my Tripod by the time I found it. So, time to use whatever around me including a stick 😉

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K.Inn.

Long Horned Beetle
Long Horned Beetle

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Soldier fly
Soldier fly

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Added 20/8/2015
Posted 20/8/2015

I spotted a Lantern Bug (P. Sultanus) but I did not attempt to get a shoot because its too high.

Fulgoridae – Dichoptera sp.

Fulgoridae – Dichoptera sp
Recently found. 4/10/2015

 

Below images was taken at night. Found it attracted to a light source.

Fulgoridae - Dichoptera sp.
Fulgoridae – Dichoptera sp.
Fulgoridae - Dichoptera sp.
Fulgoridae – Dichoptera sp.

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“Rangalau” trips

Thanks to the land owner for allowing us to enter his land. We have to get a permission first from the land owner (as always) and for that, I should thanks to Mr. Ron Eldie for these arrangements. Off course, Mr.Simon Shim is always there 😉 . So.. that was our 6th trips to this area so far (our recent trips was on 12/4/2015). I guess more trips coming soon 😉 . Sorry for my bad English. I can’t speak English actually 😉

Some sort of Rhinocyphidae
Some sort of Rhinocyphidae
Juvenile katydid
Juvenile katydid
Not sure what is this. Found it on the ground with some mites on its body. Noticed the broken legs too
Not sure what is this. Found it on the ground with some mites on its body. Noticed the broken legs too
Water Striders (Gerridae)
Water Striders (Gerridae)
I love the vibrance color of this Odonata
I love the vibrance color of this Odonata
Newly emerge
Newly emerge
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First time seen. Odonata

 

Not sure about the ID
Odonata.Not sure about the ID
13/4/2015
13/4/2015. Weevil (Superfamily: Curculionoidea)
Natural light
Lynx spider. Natural light

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Leafhopper

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Winged ant
Added 29/12/2014
Added 29/12/2014. Tiger Beetle (Cicindelinae)
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awesome looks of a larva. Looks alike green jelly 😉
Face to face
Face to face
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Weevil

 

Full body shot
Full body shot
Shot at 1:1 magnification. Canon 60D, f/16, 1/125sec, ISO 160, MPE 65mm, Twin flash with D.I.Y diffuser
Shot at 1:1 magnification.
Canon 60D, f/16, 1/125sec, ISO 160, MPE 65mm, Twin flash with D.I.Y diffuser
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Jumping spider (Salticidae)

 

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Nymphalidae,Satyrinae, Ragadia makuta umbrata?Added 27 August 2014
Nymphalidae,Satyrinae, Ragadia makuta umbrata?Added 27 August 2014
Female
Female
Male and female
Male and female
Added 25/8/2014
Added 25/8/2014

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Lacewing's larvae, the great transporter  with it's prey (an insect, but not a mite for sure)
Lacewing’s larvae, the great transporter with it’s prey (an insect, but not a mite for sure)
Lacewing's larvae, the great transporter  with it's prey (an insect, but not a mite for sure)
Lacewing’s larvae, the great transporter with it’s prey (an insect, but not a mite for sure)
Added 14 July 2014.
Added 14 July 2014.

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Chrysididae, Loboscelidinae cuckoo wasp ID Credit : Nikola Rahme
Chrysididae, Loboscelidinae
cuckoo wasp
ID Credit : Nikola Rahme
Chrysididae, Loboscelidinae cuckoo wasp ID Credit : Nikola Rahme
Chrysididae, Loboscelidinae cuckoo wasp ID Credit : Nikola Rahme

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Animated gif of the boxer mantis
Animated gif of the boxer mantis

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Lacewing larvae
Lacewing larvae
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Vestalis sp. ID suggested by CY Choong

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Rhinocypha humeralis (female)?
Rhinocypha humeralis (female)?
Not sure about it ID yet. Taken in 2014
Not sure about it ID yet. Taken in 2014
Flatid Planthopper Nymph?
Flatid Planthopper Nymph?
Lophopidae. ID suggested by Doug Yanega
Eurybrachyid Planthopper nymph. ID suggested by Kurt Orion G
Lophopidae. ID suggested by Doug Yanega
Eurybrachyid Planthopper nymph. ID suggested by Kurt Orion G
Katydid from subfamily Lipotactinae. ID suggested by Tan Ming Kai
Katydid from subfamily Lipotactinae. ID suggested by Tan Ming Kai
Face to face.
Face to face.
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Heliocypha biseriata. ID suggested by CY Choong
Adult
Adult. Eurybrachyidae – Thessitus sp. ID suggested by Kurt Orion G
Crane fly
Crane fly

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Cassidinae
Cassidinae

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Pyrops intricatus

Found 07/11/2015 at different spot area. Added 18/11/2015.
Found 07 Nov 2015 at different spot area. Posted 18 Nov 2015.
Found 4/10/2015. Added 6/11/2015
Found 4 Oct 2015. Posted 6 Nov 2015
Posted April 2014
Posted April 2014
Pyrops intricata
Posted June 2013
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Posted June 2013
Pyrops intricata
Posted June 2013

Pyrops sidereus

ID by Jerome Constant.

Posted Jan. 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang
Posted Jan. 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang
Posted Feb. 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang
Posted Feb. 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang
Posted Mar. 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang
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Posted May 2013. Hutan Lipur Kawang

Pyrops sultanus

 

Found 9 Sept. 2017. Posted 27 Sept. 2017. Poring
Posted 29 December 2016. Found in Lawas, Sarawak (Borneo),Malaysia
Found 2 April 2016
Found 2 April 2016. Poring
Added 8 July 2015
Posted 8 July 2015. Poring
Pyrops sultanus
Posted Jan. 2013. Poring
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Posted June 2013. Poring
Posted June 2013. Poring
Pyrops sultana
Posted Dec. 2013. Poring
Posted June 2013. Poring

Picture below show an unidentified object in the body of P. sultanus. According to reliable information, perhaps it is Dryinidae attack.

“These are solitary Wasps whose larvae are parasitoids on other insects. The only known hosts are Hemiptera, especially leafhoppers. The eggs are injected into the host using a sharp ovipositor and the larva spends its early stages feeding internally on the host, but when larger, it starts to protrude from the abdomen of the host and develops a hardened sac-like “case” to protect its vulnerable body while continuing to feed on the host, which is eventually killed.”

Credit to Jerome Constant and Kurt Orion G.

Posted June 2013. Poring