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    A mite-y explorer

    ID: tiny mite on a moth's wing
    Came across a beautiful and massive moth well camouflaged along a stone, blending so well that even though we were right next to it we didnt notice it, only until we...
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    The monster within

    ID: Beetle(specific id appreciated)

    While we were framing the massive mushroom bloom along the bark of the tree, while I was just about to press the shutter release button, I noticed some movement...
  3. The world outside the Urban world...or is it

    ID: Hermit crabs around a sponge

    The marine biodiversity is a very unique one, surviving or rather nourishing despite the apathy of the humans. Here is a frame showcasing the unique variety, a...
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    Tirchi nazar waala

    ID: Mantis nymph

    A frame of a curious and tiny mantis, that actually went hiding after seeing us move past the plant on which it had taken refuge in. Though, unlike most of the tiny mantis, this...
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    The colourful ghost

    ID: Specific id of moth appreciated

    While traversing a particular patch of the dried up, but wintery, trail, the ambience almost seemed to be dead and desolate. But all of a sudden something...
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    That leap of flight

    ID: Indian Peafowl

    One of the most beautiful encounter I could imagine of, this beauty, rather a group of them, enjoyed strolling around in the vast and open grounds that was blooming with the...
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    Carrying the remains of the war

    ID: Weaver ants(Oecophylla smaragdina)

    Came across this interesting sight on a tree, along the trail, it seemed like the red ants had attacked on some black ant's locality and had been carrying...
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    The life in the dry foliage

    ID: Mating pair of Baronet

    While returning from the trail, almost at the peak of the morning, we witnessed a mating pair of baronets flying around and crossing right in front of us. While keeping...
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    Claiming the dead...

    ID: Parasitic wasp?

    Spotted this really tiny beauty perched on the hind side of a Cicada molt, at about 2-3mm big, it was looking like a speck on the molt. Only on close observation was I realized...
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    The monster off the bark

    ID: Seems like a chrysalis on xanthoxylum plant

    While traversing the dried up trail, on a look out for something interesting, stumbled upon this surprising and mysterious protrusions off the...
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    A slick jumper

    ID: Jumping spider, specific id help appreciated

    Jumping spider, atleast for my knowledge, are well known for their jumping capability and also the major way of traversing the terrain/ foliage for...
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    The brittle marine eco system

    ID: Brittle star

    A frame, kind of, summarizing the vast diversity as well as the fine balance that has been maintained by the humans and the marine life. While small intertidal pools are being...
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    The tiny speck on the leaf

    ID: Crab spider(mostly male)

    While traversing the trail, stumbled upon a shrub filled with the bush plum flowers, bringing in a unique ambience due to its fragrance of the bloom. While observing...
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    The pride of the urban streets

    ID: Lagerstroemia speciosa(Pride of india/Jarul)

    Continuing with the floral post of the urban jungle, attempted to frame one of the most vibrant blooms seen across the streets of Thane, as well as...
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    @Sabyasachi Sir, This was clicked for a photo...

    @Sabyasachi Sir, This was clicked for a photo challenge, and was almost an after thought, so couldnt plant the frame, had to utilize the moment.
    The tower is actually a residential complex(Tropical...
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    The monster blossom

    ID: Crab spider with cockroach kill

    While framing the bees feeding on the yellow trumpet flowers, witnessed something strange in the beautiful pink bloom that was right in the middle bushes. On a...
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    The flame of the city

    ID: African tuliptree(Spathodea campanulata)

    One of the diverse species of the summer flowering trees, these beauties bring in the colour and vibrance to the urban cityscape, especially in the...
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    The eating bark

    ID: Bark mantis feeding on a fly

    While busy capturing the colourful emotions of the holi festival and about to wrap up for the day, spotted this beauty busy feasting on a massive catch and seemed...
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    I tried intervening the chaps who were feeding...

    I tried intervening the chaps who were feeding them some fried stuffs, their defense, 'we are not feeding them any plastic and unnatural food, this is grain 'ann' based food and they love it, they...
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    The tiny world of pollinators

    ID: some form of a bee(id Help appreciated)

    One of the busiest member amongst the insect world, these beauties had a blast of a time with the massive bloom of the yellow trumpet flowers. A group...
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    The looming city

    ID: Sponge

    While the city and its dwellers keep on expanding and spreading across like an epidemic, gobbling in the serene forest lands, transforming the green cover into the concrete jungle,...
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    1/1000 as was, until that point, framing them in...

    1/1000 as was, until that point, framing them in flight, because of their curiosity, they tend to fly by very close to us, its just after the fly by that it landed on the railing. COuldnt manage to...
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    Keeping an eye on the sky

    ID: Brown headed gull

    A frame of a rather cooperative and curious gull that one can encounter while traversing the bridge over the creek. This migrating beauty seem to take pleasure in spending...
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    The green porcelain

    ID: Porcelain crab (petrolisthes lamarckii) thanks to Abhishek Jamalabad for the ID

    While exploring the rocky patches of the beach, came across this unique beauty, a porcelain crab, but unlike the...
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    To be frank even I didnt spot the mite, as in the...

    To be frank even I didnt spot the mite, as in the original image, there was a lot of shadows. It was only after my colleague pointed out, while he was checking his frame, luckily for me, I could...
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