Smooth Slug Snake, Asthenodipsas laevis (Boie, 1827) – of south Sarawak / Borneo
Dwarf Wood Scorpion Liocheles australasiae (Fabricius, 1775), of central Sarawak Borneo, under UV-light. Most scorpions glow a blue-green color when illuminated by ultraviolet light with a wavelength of around 380nm.
Subadult of Peters’ Forest Dragon or Doria’s Anglehead Lizard, Gonocephalus doriae W. Peters, 1871, of south Sarawak / Borneo Gonocephalus doriae is named for Marquis Giacomo Doria (1840–1913), an Italian naturalist, botanist, herpetologist and politician, founder of the Museo Civico…
Least Narrow-mouthed Frog, Microhyla perparva Inger & Frogner, 1979 – of central Sarawak / Borneo
Bornean tree hole frog, Metaphrynella sundana (Peters, 1867) of central Borneo.
One of the smallest known snake species is the brahminy blind snake, Indotyphlops braminus (Daudin, 1803) – of south Sarawak / Borneo
The Crimson sunbird Aethopyga siparaja (Raffles, 1822) of south Sarawak / Borneo
Sarawak Eyebrow Lizard Pelturagonia spiniceps (Smith, 1925) of Sarawak / Borneo around 1400m ASL Synonym: Phoxophrys spiniceps Smith, 1925
undescribed Begonia – Begonia spec. in situ – central Sarawak / Borneo.
Highland Dwarf Toad Pelophryne sp. of central Borneo around 1200m ASL A very small and maybe a undescribed dwarf toad of the Pelophryne genus. The discovery of this toad was a lucky find and unfortunately the only individual I could…