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    The cute visitor

    ID: Greater short nosed fruit bat

    A usual visitor during the flowering season, these frequent the society's garden to feast on the variety of blooms, this one being the banana flower, which it can...
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    Interestingly the location of the flash(and...

    Interestingly the location of the flash(and camera's lens) with its leg's reflection made it look like a second ant in the frame
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    Due to the colour difference it feels like two different spiders, but it was one and the same
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    Used a headlight for spotting and focusing,...

    Used a headlight for spotting and focusing, External flash for the scene.

    We had been a bit early, leading to below average sightings
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    This was along the Manpada trail, the Thane side...

    This was along the Manpada trail, the Thane side of SGNP
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    This was clicked at around 10a.m., it was a...

    This was clicked at around 10a.m., it was a cloudy day, so most of the sightings were a bit lethargic
    They initially were hardly bothered by our approach, but eventually they decided to fly deeper...
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    This was clicked at Dattaji Salvi Garden, Thane

    This was clicked at Dattaji Salvi Garden, Thane
  8. Some athletic posture for the nectar

    ID: Iridescent Nomia(sweat bees)

    One of the commonly seen, tiny, bees usually seen around in the garden areas, this particular ones seemed to be feasting on the fresh flower bloom. While...
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    Hair raising look at the eyes...

    ID: Two tailed telemonia

    Spotted this beauty perched over the leaf along the pathway of the garden. This particular one seemed too friendly and photogenic, making it a perfect subject to capture....
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    Intimacy along the blades

    ID: Coromandel marsh dart

    Spotted few these beauties fluttering around the water reservoir of the garden, while framing few other butterflies, that had started popping out of the damp morning,...
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    Lifer's feast...

    ID: Blue spotted forester moth

    While traversing the trail, spotted this particular tree, with loads of tiny flowers all over it. But while approaching closer started spotting several butterfly...
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    And with a hop it flew off

    ID: Common awl

    Usually known to be sensitive to light, these skippers are a very difficult subject, at times, to frame with a flash. This particular one was spotted feasting on the flower and with...
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    The roaches of the wild

    ID: Wood roach

    One of the most common, and not so pleasant, sightings along Phansad were these tiny pests that roamed or slithered all around, be it the rooms or the trails. While we were...
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    Untimely and Rare

    ID: Karvi

    Couple of weeks back, while traversing the trail, we were surprised to spot some buds on a particular spot which was filled with Karvi shrubs, and on a quest to spot Spinx moth...
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    The rarity in the backyard

    ID: Vinca leaved Ceropegia

    One of the beautiful flower plant/creeper seen along the western ghats, this one is seen much closer to the city and was great to spot it at a similar spot after 2...
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    Feasting on the waste

    ID: Small branded Swift

    Spotted this beauty perched on the leaf and was not getting much bothered by the activities that was happening around it, while we were framing another subject....
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    The crowned prince

    ID: Indian Nawab Caterpillar

    Spotted a couple of caterpillars, most of them in the earlier stage, feasting on the acacia leaves. This particular one seemed to had just molted out and could spot...
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    The beauty amongst the green

    ID: Common Begonia

    One of the commonly seen herb along the western ghats, mostly on moss covered rocks. This particular one was seen next to/on the rock along the water stream, which stood out...
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    Quenching the midnight thirst

    ID: Geometrid moth

    Spotted this tiny beauty feeding itself from the clouts of an acacia plant, almost at the midnight, while we were out for the night trail at Phansad. We could spot it drinking,...
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    The Emergence...

    ID: Rivetinid Mantis

    Short breaks can be really fruitful, in this case, not only was it a good way to relax from the humid trail, but also bore a gift in form of this beauty molting out of its...
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    A new tale of life...

    ID: Spotted house gecko

    Stumbled upon by the guide/naturalist, this gecko seemed to have taken refuge onto a wall along the road, looking out for nocturnal preys. Probably, due to territorial...
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    Happy Yoga day from Nature

    ID: Lobster moth caterpillar

    One of the defense pose of this unique caterpillar, the lobster moth caterpillar, known for its 'creepy' yet distinctive crustacean type appearance, these tend to get...
  23. Under the highest level protection

    ID: Crab spider(Thomisidae) over its egg(sac?)

    Spotted this beauty perched inside a curled up leaf/blade of the bamboo shoot. On close observation released that it seemed to be protecting the...
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    The clubbed Eyes

    ID: Owlfly

    One of the most noticeable part of the owlfly, these club type antennae of the owlfly standout. Apart from the bulging, complex eyes these knobby/clubbed tips of the antennae stands...
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    Wonders of nature

    ID: Polyrhachis rastellata(a type of ant)

    Stumbled upon this beautiful specimen, that seemed to be traversing the lengths of the bamboo growth, though at a lethargic speed, allowing us to frame...
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