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Diciembre 10, 2019 04:34 PM +08

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Colugo Galeopterus variegatus

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corinapuyang

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Abril 27, 2019 05:51 PM AWST

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Colugo Galeopterus variegatus

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priscilliamiard

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Abril 27, 2019

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Malaysia (Google, OSM)

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Abril 26, 2019 11:02 AM AWST

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Abril 9, 2019 02:39 PM AWST

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Marzo 21, 2019 11:36 AM AWST

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Febrero 23, 2019 12:23 PM UTC

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Triángulo Azul Graphium sarpedon

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Marzo 14, 2019 04:33 PM AWST

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Sombrilla Japonesa Parasola plicatilis

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hawatif_dina

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Mayo 16, 2017 04:23 PM AWST

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Parasola plicatilis.Commonly referred to as the Pleated Inkcap, and sometimes as the Little Japanese Umbrella, Parasola (formerly Coprinus) plicatilis is a very delicate member of the inkcap group of fungi. It occurs in short grass.This is one of the many short-lived grassland fungi that appear overnight following rain; the fruitbodies develop, expand, shed their spores and decay within 24 hours and by the next morning there is usually no evidence of them ever having existed.The genus Parasola is considered a fairly homogeneous group of mushrooms, with a small umbrella-like pileus, which is deeply plicate up to the centre. Their fruiting bodies are completely devoid of veil. They are common decomposers of different types of organic substrates (leaf-litter, wood, herbivore dung) and are distributed world-wide with most of the records being from Europe and North America, including scattered notes from Asia, Venezuela, Australia, Lesser Antilles and Africa.

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mamuin

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Octubre 12, 2018 10:05 AM AWST

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Octubre 4, 2018 06:15 PM AWST

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mamuin

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Octubre 12, 2018 04:22 PM AWST

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Estrella de la Tierra Geastrum saccatum

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mamuin

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Octubre 25, 2018 10:23 AM AWST

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Octubre 28, 2018 08:31 AM AWST

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Catarinas Y Mariquitas Familia Coccinellidae

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adibiqbal

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nanbendaa

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Febrero 3, 2018 08:37 AM AWST

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Marzo 22, 2018 12:44 PM AWST

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kuga_ravi

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Sapo Común Asiático Duttaphrynus melanostictus

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rifatridzuan

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Marzo 9, 2018 01:10 PM +08

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el pasado

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mamuin

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Febrero 5, 2018 04:07 PM AWST

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mamuin

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Diciembre 20, 2017 12:31 PM AWST

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Enero 23, 2018 10:23 AM AWST

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Mayo 9, 2017 10:58 AM AWST

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Mayo 18, 2017 11:56 AM AWST

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All the members of the family Meropidae are bee eaters. They contain 3 genera and 27 species. Bee eaters predominantly eat flying insects, specially bees and wasps. Before eating the stinging insect for example a bee, once caught, the bee eater removes the sting by repeatedly hitting and rubbing the insect on a hard surface.
There are 6 bee eater species in southeast asia and in Malaysia 4 species have been found:
The red bearded bee eater ( Nyctyornis amictus )
Blue throated bee eater
( Merops virids )
Blue tailed bee eater
( Merpos philippinus )
Chestnut headed bee eater
( Merops leschenaulti )
The 3 last bee eaters are from the family Meropidae. They all have colorful plumage. On very rare occasions they have been seen to eat lizards and fish small enough for their size. But depend on bees mostly and other flying insects. They catch the insect when they are flying by the wings.
Chestnut headed bee eater:
Scientific name : Merops leschenaulti
Family: Meropidae
Authority: Vieillot, 1817
22cm long, this is a bird of the open country but seen only in the northern peninsula during the northern winter months. In Malaysia these birds are the smallest among the 3 bee eaters present. The crown of these species is dull chestnut border at the lower edge of throat.
The habitats of the bird starts from the north eastern part of India, down to the Indian continent to Sri Langka, Andaman Islands to Sumatra, Java and Bali.
In Malaysia the chestnut headed bee eater is seldom seen and only confined to places in the northern peninsula, like Penang and Perak.

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Mariposa Ojos de Venado Gris Junonia atlites

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Abril 15, 2017 11:26 AM AWST

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The Grey Pansy is from the nymphalid family and is found in South Asia.
On a sunny day you can find the males of this species opening their wings for a sun bathe like the pictures shown above.
The caterpillar is known to feed on Hygrophila.
Grey pansies are sensetive to the seasonal changes in Malaysia where they occur in wet and dry season forms.

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Noviembre 1, 2017 09:07 PM AWST