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    The life amongst the dead

    ID: Crambidae(moth sp.)

    While traversing the summer, dried up, trail, witnessed something flying off a twig that was disturbed due to my movement. Luckily it settled down few feet away from me, on...
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    The pride of the city(India)

    ID: Jarul/Lagerstroemia speciosa

    One of the most vibrant blooms of summer, these Jarul bloom. along with the copperpod flowers(can see few of the fallen flowers) bring in the necessary vibrance to...
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    The mighty Mite

    ID: Mite on Two striped telemonia

    One of the usual sight during the monsoon season, was surprising for me to witness a healthy telemonia being evaded by the mite. While returning from the hot and...
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    Quenching the thirst

    ID: Common Hedge Blue

    One of the common visitor in the society garden, this beauty seemed fluttering around a particular portion of the garden, only to sit down along the space between the tiles....
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    Breakfast's ready

    ID: Lynx spider with Moth catch

    Spotted this beauty fleeing off, on the bed of dried leaves, with a hefty moth catch. The precious morning catch seemed to be more important for it, letting us...
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    Not the usual crab

    ID: Crab spider (specific id appreciated)

    One of the variety of crab spiders spotted along the trail, this beauty, slightly different from the usual ones, had selected an unusual spot, tip of the...
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    The urban ornament

    ID: Copperpod(Peltophorum pterocarpum)

    One of the most common growth along the cities(especially thane/G.B. Road), these bloom to the fullest in the months of late March to late May. These, not...
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    They excret sugary drops on the hind side,...

    They excret sugary drops on the hind side, probably when the ants probe or dabble on them
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    For the mutual benefit

    ID: Cocktail ants and Aphids

    One of the well known examples of symbiotic relationships, these ants and aphids help each other to survive, rather the aphids quench the sugary thirst of the ants,...
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    Synthetic life...

    ID: Paper wasp

    This particular one seemed to be relying on the nylon strands as raw material for its nest. While approaching the wasp that had made one of the show plant's pot as a base for the...
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    Nature documentation…

    ID: Black rumped flameback woodpecker
    While exploring the backyard, rather open nature, was waiting for a regular sighting that I had recorded almost 2 years back. While eagerly looking around,...
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    Attack mode ON!!!

    ID: Weaver ant

    While photographing a rarely sighted Brettus, perched on the bamboo shoots, the neighboring branch of the same bamboo growth had the house of the weaver ants. Though initially could...
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    Clinging on for the prey

    ID: Chunam tree frog

    Probably due to the extended monsoon session in the southern states, there seemed a huge number of tiny as well as bigger sized frogs in my native place, something that wasn’t...
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    The dragon on the look out

    ID: Oriental garden lizard

    While looking out for some interesting subjects, early in the morning, was called up by my nephew to check the lizard that popped up on the compound wall. Probably in...
  15. The patience for the fragrant bloom

    ID: Jasmine flower

    One of the fragrant garden flowers, these multipetal-ed bloom tend to be known for the strong, pleasant smell and brings out the necessary life to the urban, concrete jungle....
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    Holding in tight for the night

    ID: Changeable lizard

    Considering the current situation, and to break off the gloomy ambience, decided to explore the neighbouring areas, which is almost a derelict and, while looking out for...
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    This was at Ghoravdeshwar trek ,infront of...

    This was at Ghoravdeshwar trek ,infront of Begdewadi station
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    Trying to blend into the Blue sky

    ID: Gokarn/Bluepea flower

    For the very first post of the year, decided to frame the beautiful Gokarna flower, basking in the cold, cloud marred morning. The morning bloom against the sun, hidden...
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    A hefty catch

    ID: Heavy bodied jumper

    One of the beautiful specimen with a freshly caught planthopper in its jaws, the jumping spider seemed to be enjoying its mid-day heavyweight catch. The curiosity of the...
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    Sir, i guess this was cropped done by 30% I...

    Sir, i guess this was cropped done by 30%
    I didnt try vertical framing as the flash was firing from the hot shoe, so wasnt sure if half sided lighting could have worked
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    Sir, this is a mild crop, hardly 10% reduction...

    Sir, this is a mild crop, hardly 10% reduction for aspect ratio
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    The messy beast

    ID: Spitting spider

    This one is one of those instances when, irrespective of how many encounters or experiences you have, but out of nowhere you get the surprise, an unusual curve ball. While I...
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    The hidden cricket

    ID: Cricket?

    While traversing the winter kissed, transitional, phase of seasons, could spot a few leaves that seemed to have closed in, almost as if hugging itself in the cold morning. But on...
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    The bug collector

    ID: Lacewing larvae

    One of the most ferocious larvae in the insect world, the lacewing larvae is infamous for feasting on the prey and carrying the dead bodies of them, and other waste stuffs,...
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    The creatures off the city

    ID: ID Help appreciated

    While exploring the weekend trekking destination, on the outskirts of Pune, the cold morning was a perfect weather for the occasional escapades. Though the terrain had...
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