a field guide to the planet - by Damon Ramsey
The insects are incredibly diverse in the lowland rainforests of tropical Asia...
Dragonflies usually land with their wings out a right angles to their body, in contrast to Damselflies, that hold them back along their body.
Neurothemis fluctuans, 'Common Parasol' (Singapore). One of the more commonly noticed dragonflies in Singapore. The very similar Neurothemis fulvia is also common in south-east Asia.
Termites (Kithugala, Sri Lanka).
(Kithugala, Sri Lanka).
Lantern Fly (Jahoo Gibbon Camp, Cambodia).
Firefly larvae (Khao Yai National Park, Thailand). Not to be confused with Platerodrilus 'Trilobite Beetles'
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