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    The sleeper bee

    ID: Nomad bees

    One of the most beautiful and tiny bees, usually seen in the garden area, these seem to join in to rest on the tips of a particular plant. Not sure why they seem to prefer a...
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    The flamboyant spidey

    ID: Genus Chrysillia(jumping spider)

    One of the most colourful and flamboyant species of jumping spiders(rather the most colourful spiders), these tiny beauties, surprisingly, seem to exist and...
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    The tiny life forms of Bamboo

    ID: Mukaria genus(bamboo feeding leafhopper)

    While exploring the garden area, as exploring outer wildlife isnít allowed due to the current pandemic situation, spotted some tiny specks of dust on...
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    Shared open air bedroom

    ID: Plains cupid

    A frame of the beautiful plains Cupid butterflies sleeping on the dried twig, in societyís garden. Every year, usually around April, we see an outburst of Plains cupid in the...
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    Thanks, I have been keeping well, no major...

    Thanks, I have been keeping well, no major symptoms since several days, hoping to be cleared from Home quarantine.
    Had to take extra precautions, to avoid spreading the same to family members.
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    The fascinating lifer

    ID: Gasteruptiidae(a type pf wasp)
    While traversing the trail, after a whole long year, accidentally stumbled upon this beauty on the dried-up twig. What fascinated us was the unusual shape of the...
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    Resting angel

    ID: Tiny grass blue

    One of the smallest butterflies seen in and around Mumbai, these tiny beauties are usually difficult to spot and frame, especially during the midst of the day, but luckily for...
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    An unexpected guest

    ID: Asian ant mantis nymph?

    While plucking off the jasmine from the windowís flowerpot, was surprised to spot a tiny little ant mimicking mantis on the flower. Whatís shocking was the fact that...
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    The mud dabbler

    ID: Mud skipper

    One of the most intriguing beauties along the muddy/mangrove-ish terrain (correct me if wrong) are these mud skippers, though they may look gentle, but the aggression these show...
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    The pseudo worker

    ID: Yellow crazy ant carrying dead stink bug

    While resting for a while, after spending ample time traversing the trail in the mid day heat, we spotted this interesting sight of the ants carrying a...
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    Taking refuge from the intruder

    ID: Jumping spider

    After a long time (one whole year), finally got the chance to explore the summer kissed trail of Nagla, and while trying to look out for some interesting stuffs at the usual...
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    The angel

    ID: Yellow Peach moth

    This particular spot of the trail had surprising amount of yellow peach moths resting on or underneath the leaves. Being early in the morning, during the winter season, the...
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    Freshly blending in

    ID: Katydid

    Accidentally spotted this freshly molted katydid on the dried-up part of the plant, and what was astonishing is the fact that it was blending so well with the colours and the texture...
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    A handmaidenís tale

    ID: Handmaiden moth

    A frame of the, slightly, weathered Handmaiden moth, that seemed to be sluggishly moving around on the rocky patches of the trail, right next to the small water-lock. The moth...
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    Looking out for the holy fig

    ID: Coppersmith barbet

    While returning from the trail suddenly spotted this beauty that came and settled onto the tree, unaware about my presence in its vicinity, this beauty, once the bird of...
  16. Enjoying the morning sip of nature

    ID: Tiny grass blue feeding on bushmint flower

    One of the most common butterflies seen fluttering around in the ground level, during the daytime, these are a very difficult subject to frame,...
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    The bloom of the parched

    ID: Water willow(justicia)

    While traversing the trail, which almost had started drying up with the incoming dry winters, the whole terrain had already started shifting to the warmer tones with...
  18. Shrek caterpillar or a Hulk slug???

    ID: Indian Sunbeam Butterfly caterpillar

    An interesting encounter while traversing the new trail, this beauty was well camouflaged in the semi-curled green leaf. The shape of the beauty put us in...
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    Hiding in the dream scape

    ID: Crimson dropwing/Crimson marsh glider

    One of the most beautiful dragonflies, these usually seem to have a favorite perch and prefer to stay on it or near it even if disturbed by any intruder....
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    The shy pollinator

    ID: Bee(Specific id help appreciated)

    A usual contributor to the pollination cycle of nature, these bees are regularly seen drenched in tiny pollens, at some instances they get so much of them...
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    Not sure how long it was there before I spotted...

    Not sure how long it was there before I spotted it, but it was hardly bothered by me approaching it so close, and kept on sipping
  22. The natureís darth Maul- Sith Lord, I mean the S#it lord

    ID: Commander butterfly caterpillar

    One of the devilish beauties of nature, these have a very close resemblance to the Star Warsí Sith Lordís appearance, especially that reddish protrusions and...
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    The insect in the rear is the molt of the mayfly

    The insect in the rear is the molt of the mayfly
  24. Had cropped down the frame roughly by 10%

    Had cropped down the frame roughly by 10%
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    The way it drinks.

    ID: Stink bug

    A close up shot of the, pretty big, stink bug, that seemed to have taken refuge on the garden tree sucking out the essential liquid matter for its survival. Infamous for their nasty...
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