Edwardina’s horned frog, Borneophrys (Megophrys) edwardinae (Inger, 1989) of ulu Baram, central Sarawak / Borneo.
Tree Toad Rentapia hosii (Boulenger, 1892) of central Sarawak / Borneo
Violin beetle, Mormolyce phyllodes borneensis Gestro, 1875, of central Sarawak / Borneo around 900m ASL
The gracile slender toad, Ansonia teneritas, Waser et al., 2016 – around 1100m ASL The species name teneritas, Latin for ‘tenderness’, refers to the gracile body shape and small body size of this species in comparison to congeners.
Pyrops sultanus (Adams & White, 1847) of Sarawak / Borneo
female Bornean Horned Agama Harpesaurus borneensis (MERTENS, 1924) This Harpesaurus borneensis (MERTENS, 1924) is believed to be one of the rarest lizards in Borneo. It’s known only from few individuals that have been found. During the last research expedition I…
Most likely the Spiny slender toad, Ansonia cf. echinata, Inger and Stuebing, 2009 – around 140m ASL The specific name echinata is derived from Latin echinatus, meaning “thorny”, and refers to the spinose tubercles on top of the snout and…
Vampire crab, Geosesarma gracillimum (De Man, 1902) – of central Sarawak, 30m ASL
The straw-headed bulbul Pycnonotus zeylanicus (Gmelin, 1789) of central Sarawak / Borneo It is listed as critical endangered and is threatened by habitat loss and poaching.
Few butterfly species during a puddle session in central Sarawak. Graphium evemon eventus (Boisduval, 1836) (Blue Jay), Graphium sarpedon (Linnaeus, 1758) (common blue-bottle), Graphium antiphates (Cramer, 1775) (five-bar swordtail), Cepora pactolicus (Butler, 1865) (yellow gull), Eurema hecabe (Linnaeus, 1764) (common…