The common mock viper, Psammodynastes pulverulentus (H. Boie, 1827), of central Sarawak / Borneo
Borneo red snake or Stolickza’s stream snake, Stoliczkia borneensis (BOULENGER, 1899) – from central Sarawak / Borneo This Snake is rarely seen and is only known from very few individuals since 1899. Thanks to Björn Lardner.
unknown Caterpillar, Papilio sp. (Papilio protenor Cramer, 1775 (?) ), West Sarawak, 150m ASL Mimicking snakes help the caterpillars to ward off predators, specifically birds – This Papilio sp. (Papilio protenor?) is doing exactly this, to protect themselves from being eaten.
Sabah Keelback Hebius flavifrons (BOULENGER, 1887) former Amphiesma flavifrons – from central Sarawak / Borneo The Sabah Keelback is a common snake species and is found along small, clear, flowing waters in primary or tall secondary forests (Malkmus et al.…
Malayan Bridle Snake or Saddleback Dwarf Treesnake- Dryocalamus subannulatus (Duméril, Bibron & Duméril, 1854) – from south Sarawak / Borneo lowland around 270m ASL
melanistic Dog-toothed cat snake Boiga cynodon (F. Boie, 1827) – from south Sarawak / Borneo lowland around 150m ASL
Bornean Keeled Pit Viper, Tropidolaemus subannulatus (Gray, 1842) resting on Amorphophallus hewittii
Psammodynastes pictus GÜNTHER, 1858 from Sabah / Borneo
Calamaria battersbyi INGER & MARX 1965 (i can’t 100% rule out Calamaria melanota BOULENGER 1896) from Borneo
Bornean Leaf-nosed Pitviper – Trimeresurus borneensis (Peters, 1872) – from south Sarawak lowland around 150m ASL