Monday, May 4, 2009

March Fraser’s Hill trip – Part 2

Continue from Part 1

We did not see any new Saturniid or Sphingid but we saw this very rare moon moth – Actias selene

Actias selene (m)-MYFH_20090331_0082-480 

and this pristine female Cricula spCricula sp-MYFH_20090329_0744-640

and other interesting moths :
Tanaorhinus malayanus and T. rafflesii MYFH_20090329_0469

Geometrid moth -  Protuliocnemis spMYFH_20090329_0773-640 
Corymica sp
GEO Enn-Corymica sp-MYFH_20090330_0405-640  DRE-MYFH_20090328_0875-640


Caterpillar of Acherontia lachesis.Acherontia styx medusa-MYFH_20090329_0734-480

Beetles locking horns !

Dung beetle taking off

A colourful bug

Megapomponia imperatoria – This is the largest (5” long) and possibly the loudest cicada in the world.
Megapomponia imperatoria-MYFH_20090329_0586-480

Pomponia dolosa
Pomponia dolosa-MYFH_20090329_0618-480

Trengganau sibylla – In flight it looks like a Common birdwing, with bright yellow hindwings
Trengganau sibylla-MYFH_20090330_0238-640

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