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    The calm eye of the predator

    ID: Monkey Orb weaver spider with Orb Weaver catch

    While I was surprised and awestruck to decode the mysterious looking Poltys and kept on framing the enigma, just a few inches away, on another...
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    The sifting of the stilts

    ID: Black winged stilt

    While we were busy waiting for the first sight of the Sun for 2020, a cliché that most of us, i.e photographers, always tend to enjoy, spotted several bird activities...
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    The towering eyes

    ID: Poltys(orb weaver spider)

    One of the most intriguing form of a spider that I had recently encountered, the mighty orb seemed to have compressed itself into a compact form, almost mimicking a...
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    Ready to take off

    ID: Potter wasp

    Stumbled upon this particular patch while returning from a birding spot, unfortunately without any of the waders, where, initially, there seemed to be a potter wasp busy surveying...
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    The triad sight

    ID: Two tailed spider
    One of the most intriguing arachnids that are usually seen on the bark of the trees, these beauties have the capability to blend into the rough terrain of the tree barks. The...
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    Ready for the invisible ambush

    ID: Can you spot the predator?

    While traversing the wintery, dried up, trail spotted something suspicious on the dried up cockscomb flower. The predator had taken up a pose, of ambush, which with...
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    The blue beauty

    ID: Murdannia semiteres(Panicled Dewflower)

    One of my favourite bloom of monsoon, along the rocky regions of the ‘Northern Western ghats’, probably seen in other areas too, these tiny yet bright...
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    The shadow master

    ID: Mantis

    Stumbled upon this massive mantis, second biggest sighting in my life, perched on the tip of the small shrub. The massive beauty seemed a bit concerned initially, but later turned...
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    The branch of zombie?

    ID: Id help appreciated


    Unsure if this is the result of the same fungus called 'Entomophthora muscae', this particular tree/branch, surprisingly the branch also had turned dead, was filled with...
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    yeah the small dot, infront of its antenna is the...

    yeah the small dot, infront of its antenna is the earlier laid egg
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    Sabyasachi Sir, I did experiment with different...

    Sabyasachi Sir, I did experiment with different aperture values, somehow, probably due to the distance from the background light, the bokeh/lighting at the back seemed to look powerful enough around...
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    The master of the palm

    ID: Two tailed spider with some catch

    A usual sight along the coconut or areca trees in the coastal region of southern India, this beauty seemed to have caught a prey that loomed around its prized...
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    A simple beauty

    ID: Zebra blue butterfly

    A simple frame of the morning beauty that seems a bit lethargic, mostly due to the early morning time which also had a hint of upcoming winter season, while it rested on...
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    That curious look

    ID: Marsh harrier


    Tried my hand at bird photography after a long time and thanks to Anil Kumar Verma Sir for lending his zoom lens and Vivek Joshi for the unplanned visit to BPS. While...
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    Looks like a slug for me, though i have no...

    Looks like a slug for me, though i have no expertise in id-ing the slugs
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    A sneaky hunter

    ID: Nursery web spider with beetle catch?

    While on a look out for one of the most elusive specimen along the trail, we decided to try venturing off the usual trail, just to try our luck....
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    Survival of the fittest

    ID: Crab spider with orb weaver catch

    While we entered the trail, we spotted this particular plant with the crab spider at one end and an orb weaver, suspended on its web, on the other end of the...
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    In the dreamy world

    ID: Flower mantis

    A magnificent, yet small, mantis that had taken refuge on the cockscomb flower, n the early morning of the post monsoon trial, seemed a bit lethargic, probably due to the cold...
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    Busy laying the future

    ID: Common cerulean

    Stumbled upon this fluttering beauty busy rounding around the fresh leaves of a small plant. Something seemed a bit odd about its behavior, only on close observation we...
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    A squirrel of a different kind???

    ID: Black rat(rattus rattus)

    There seemed to be some distinctive call of a nightjar, in the midst of the night, from a tree few metres from my sister's home, though tracking up to the location of...
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    A hefty breakfast

    ID: Crab spider with cockroach catch

    Stumbled upon this strange sight of a crab spider, perched underneath the leaf, atleast 7-8 inches off the ground, with a mighty cockroach catch. Usually have...
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    @Mrudul, yeah, I think its the eye of the spittle...

    @Mrudul, yeah, I think its the eye of the spittle bug, not sure if its a developed one or not
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    The stealthy assassin

    ID: Crab spider in marigold flower

    One of the most vibrant flora, usually seen in the house gardens in my native place, and probably at most places, the beautiful blossom seemed to have a pretty...
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    The bubble bath baby

    ID: Spittle bug(froghopper nymph)

    A very mysterious insects of the insectdom, these tiny, almost 2-3mm long, beauties seem to rely on these froth, as a medium to protect itself from the predators...
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    The mighty cannibal

    ID: Lynx spider(Oxyopidae) feasting on asian Lynx spider(hamadruas)

    Like the crab spiders, these big beauties seem to spend most of the time along or around the flowers to catch upon unsuspecting...
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