Tufted jungleking, Thauria aliris Frühstorfer 1902, Sarawak / Borneo around 1100m ASL
Thauria aliris is a remarkable butterfly, with a 11 to 13cm wingspan. Like other members of the genus Thauria, the ventral wing surfaces are disruptively patterned and look like dead leaves, allowing the butterflies to blend into leaf litter on the forest floor. Between the gamut of light and shadow on the forest floor, is this butterfly almost invisible.
- Chorotypus most likely Chorotypus gallinaceus (Fabricius, 1793) from south Sarawak / Borneo
- unknown Caterpillar ,Limacodidae, central Sarawak, 200m ASL primary Forest
- female stag beetle, Prosopocoilus occipitalis occipitalis Hope & Westwood, 1845 - central Sarawak / ...
- juvenile katydid, of the Scambophyllum genus Brunner von Wattenwyl, 1878 - Borneo, South Sarawak 30m...
- Fulgoroid planthopper Lawana spec. Borneo
Flatidae (Homoptera) are a family of fulgoroid plant...
- unknown Caterpillar Setora spec.(?) Limacodidae, central Sarawak, 400m ASL primary Forest