So I was back in Singapore and as the March Holidays came closer, I got ready to go for more hunting, this time in MacRitchie Reservoir. Once again, I borrowed my friend's 450D, Well of course, we came across more than a hundred different species of invertebrates, most of which are insects. Here are some of the interesting ones. A species of Pansy butterfly.
A colourful fly with large red eyes.
Snails... they were everywhere since it had rained just a few hours ago.
A tiny leafhopper along the boardwalk.
Termites crawling off in large numbers.
A mating pair of Micropezid Flies.
Colourful forest crickets, they were everywhere as well.
A tiny Flower Mantis, brown in colour. This one was particularly hard to shoot due to its size.
A Giant Millipede perched onto a tree. It's the first time I'm seeing such a big one in Singapore. These are common in India.
Last but not least a hairy caterpillar with a smiley face :).