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    The feather like thing is its antenae Yeah,...

    The feather like thing is its antenae
    Yeah, there is some dust on my sensor, as well as in the inner elements of my aged macro lens, awaiting proper opening up of services in Mumbai to get the kit...
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    The velvet beauty

    ID: Velvet ant(male)

    One of the most exclusive beauty (atleast in my case), was spotted at the start of the trail, almost having a face off with a jumping spider. The jumping spider luckily hopped...
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    The hidden tiger…

    ID: Asian Tiger Mosquito(Aedes Albopictus)

    A frame of one of the most potent killer, not a literal, but due to its potency/capability to transmit various virus and pathogens like Dengue,...
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    The monster within

    ID: Red pierrot caterpillar

    Yet another wonder of nature, the frame of the invisible beauty, a tiny caterpillar, feasting on the leaf, from the inside. A peculiar behavior of the species, these...
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    The wonders of nature

    ID: Tortoise shell beetle larvae

    The most neglected world, the insect world, or like what Shardul Bajikarji says, the ‘insectdom’, is such a wonderful treasure trove and we can learn so much from...
  6. Slender monster feasting on the bloom

    ID: Thread waisted sand wasp

    The bushkiller(Probably: Cayratia Japonica), is one of the best nectaring plant that butterflies and all winged insects love to feast upon during the initial days of...
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    The way of communication

    ID: Weaver ants

    One of the most common and ferocious insects that can be seen in any of the backyard, these weaver ants are known for roaming around and being busy picking up the wastes or food...
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    The bewhiskered beauty

    ID: Checkered beetle(Hydnocerinae/cleridae family)

    Spotted this beauty resting on the bristle-y bit of the shrub, probably asleep in the morning, almost still. The hairy growth on, probably...
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    Face off with the predator

    ID: Crimson dropwing

    A unique angled frame of the dragonfly, this particular one seemed a bit lethargic due to the wintery morning (January), hence wasn’t much bothered with me approaching it with...
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    Slumbering for the evolution

    ID: Tailless jumping spider

    One of the regular sighting at this particular portion of the garden, especially this particular plant, these tailless jumping spiders are usually seen slumbering in...
  11. The one with the exquisite antenna

    ID: Non biting midge(male)

    An extreme close up shot of the non biting midge, spotted resting on the shrub, next to a water body. On frame it with extreme magnification, one can witness and admire...
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    The eye of a Snail???

    ID: Air breathing land snail

    With the recent, unseasonal showers due to the cyclone, quite a lot of new life forms have started emerging in the garden area, especially due to the moist atmosphere...
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    The fuzzy energy

    An attempted abstract from the beautiful, fuzzy seedpod of Crown flower plant. One of the most commonly growing plant in our society’s premises(and most part of locality), these tend to have a unique...
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    The velvety penta stigma

    ID: Chinese Hibiscus

    A close up shot of the beautiful, velvety, stigma of the Chinese hibiscus. One of the garden bloom in our society, these mighty blooms seems to be favourite for several...
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    Lying low with future family

    ID: Oxyopes(Lynx spider)

    One of the resident predators in our society’s garden, this has been seen feeding on the Nomad bees and other visitors that keep on flying by to nectar on the periwinkle...
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    Ready to hop

    ID: Pseudapis

    This amazing bee specie was spotted on the dried plant, almost in an isolated location of the trail. The flocculent beauty almost resembled a fluffy rabbit, along with its folded...
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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 isn’t 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 society’s 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 window’s flowerpot, was surprised to spot a tiny little ant mimicking mantis on the flower. What’s 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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