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Sleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, SingaporeSleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, SingaporeSleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm. SingaporeGreen Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm. SingaporeGreen Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also

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Cedar beetle (Callirhipidae sp), Backlit shot of a Cedar beetle resting on grass, SingaporeCedar beetle (Callirhipidae sp), Backlit shot of a Cedar beetle resting on grass, SingaporeCedar beetle (Callirhipidae sp), Backlit shot of a Cedar beetle resting on grass, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Cedar beetle (Callirhipidae sp), Backlit shot of a Cedar beetle

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Grass crab spiders (Oxytate sp), The genus Oxytate, commonly known as grass crab spiders, comprises a homogenous group of nocturnal crab spiders. SingaporeGrass crab spiders (Oxytate sp), The genus Oxytate, commonly known as grass crab spiders, comprises a homogenous group of nocturnal crab spiders. SingaporeGrass crab spiders (Oxytate sp), The genus Oxytate, commonly known as grass crab spiders, comprises a homogenous group of nocturnal crab spiders. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Grass crab spiders (Oxytate sp), The genus Oxytate, commonly

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Crab spider with ant prey (Philodamia hilaris). Philodamia is a genus of spiders in the Thomisidae family. It was first described in 1894 by Thorell. As of 2017, it contains 7 species. SingaporeCrab spider with ant prey (Philodamia hilaris). Philodamia is a genus of spiders in the Thomisidae family. It was first described in 1894 by Thorell. As of 2017, it contains 7 species. SingaporeCrab spider with ant prey (Philodamia hilaris). Philodamia is a genus of spiders in the Thomisidae family. It was first described in 1894 by Thorell. As of 2017, it contains 7 species. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Crab spider with ant prey (Philodamia hilaris). Philodamia is a

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Ant-like crab spider (Amyciaea sp). Amyciaea is a genus of crab spiders that mimics ants, their preferred prey. A. albomaculata mimics its weaver ant prey (Oecophylla sp). SingaporeAnt-like crab spider (Amyciaea sp). Amyciaea is a genus of crab spiders that mimics ants, their preferred prey. A. albomaculata mimics its weaver ant prey (Oecophylla sp). SingaporeAnt-like crab spider (Amyciaea sp). Amyciaea is a genus of crab spiders that mimics ants, their preferred prey. A. albomaculata mimics its weaver ant prey (Oecophylla sp). Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ant-like crab spider (Amyciaea sp). Amyciaea is a genus of crab

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Harvestman (Sclerosomatidae sp), Portrait of a orange and black harvestman, SingaporeHarvestman (Sclerosomatidae sp), Portrait of a orange and black harvestman, SingaporeHarvestman (Sclerosomatidae sp), Portrait of a orange and black harvestman, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Harvestman (Sclerosomatidae sp), Portrait of a orange and black

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Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)Freshly hatched shield bugs huddled together around the broken eggshells (Singapore)© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Backlit shot of a eating Slug caterpillar (Singapore)Backlit shot of a eating Slug caterpillar (Singapore)Backlit shot of a eating Slug caterpillar (Singapore)© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Backlit shot of a eating Slug caterpillar (Singapore)

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Lepidoptera ; moth releasing pheromones ; moth releasing pheromones ; SingaporeLepidoptera ; moth releasing pheromones ; moth releasing pheromones ; SingaporeLepidoptera ; moth releasing pheromones ; moth releasing pheromones ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Lepidoptera ; moth releasing pheromones ; moth releasing

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Derbidae ; Derbid planthopper ; Derbidae is a family of insects in the order Hemiptera and is one of the largest and most diverse families of planthoppers. ; SingaporeDerbidae ; Derbid planthopper ; Derbidae is a family of insects in the order Hemiptera and is one of the largest and most diverse families of planthoppers. ; SingaporeDerbidae ; Derbid planthopper ; Derbidae is a family of insects in the order Hemiptera and is one of the largest and most diverse families of planthoppers. ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Derbidae ; Derbid planthopper ; Derbidae is a family of insects

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Melanitis zitenius auletes ; Hairy Caterpillar ; Backlit of a hairy caterpillar ; SingaporeMelanitis zitenius auletes ; Hairy Caterpillar ; Backlit of a hairy caterpillar ; SingaporeMelanitis zitenius auletes ; Hairy Caterpillar ; Backlit of a hairy caterpillar ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Melanitis zitenius auletes ; Hairy Caterpillar ; Backlit of a

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Cyphalonotus sp. ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider demonstrating its camouflage abilities ; SingaporeCyphalonotus sp. ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider demonstrating its camouflage abilities ; SingaporeCyphalonotus sp. ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider demonstrating its camouflage abilities ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Cyphalonotus sp. ; Twig-legged orb-weaver spider ; Twig-legged

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Opiliones ; Harvestman eating fungi ; Harvestman eating fungi ; SingaporeOpiliones ; Harvestman eating fungi ; Harvestman eating fungi ; SingaporeOpiliones ; Harvestman eating fungi ; Harvestman eating fungi ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Opiliones ; Harvestman eating fungi ; Harvestman eating fungi ;

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Gryllacridinae ; Moulting Raspy Cricket ; Backlit side profile of a Moulting Raspy tree cricket ; SingaporeGryllacridinae ; Moulting Raspy Cricket ; Backlit side profile of a Moulting Raspy tree cricket ; SingaporeGryllacridinae ; Moulting Raspy Cricket ; Backlit side profile of a Moulting Raspy tree cricket ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Gryllacridinae ; Moulting Raspy Cricket ; Backlit side profile of

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Viciria praemandibularis ; Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding eggs ; Female Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding her eggs ; SingaporeViciria praemandibularis ; Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding eggs ; Female Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding her eggs ; SingaporeViciria praemandibularis ; Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding eggs ; Female Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding her eggs ; Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Viciria praemandibularis ; Wide-jawed viciria spider guarding

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Polar Bear wating to be fed - Singapore Zoo Polar Bear wating to be fed - Singapore Zoo Polar Bear wating to be fed - Singapore Zoo © Ignacio Yufera / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polar Bear wating to be fed - Singapore Zoo

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Weaver ants on a leaf SingaporeWeaver ants on a leaf SingaporeWeaver ants on a leaf Singapore© Chris Martin Bahr / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weaver ants on a leaf Singapore

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Weaver ants on leafWeaver ants on leafWeaver ants on leaf© Chris Martin Bahr / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weaver ants on leaf

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Red-tailed green ratsnake (Gonyosoma oxycephalum)Red-tailed green ratsnake (Gonyosoma oxycephalum)Red-tailed green ratsnake (Gonyosoma oxycephalum)© Matthijs Kuijpers / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Red-tailed green ratsnake (Gonyosoma oxycephalum)

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Golden flying snake (Chrysopelea ornata)Golden flying snake (Chrysopelea ornata)Golden flying snake (Chrysopelea ornata)© Matthijs Kuijpers / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Golden flying snake (Chrysopelea ornata)

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Sleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, SingaporeSleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, SingaporeSleeping sweat bees (Lipotriches (Austronomia) takauensis) males sleep in group, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Chrysopoidea	Lacewing with iridescence wings	SingaporeChrysopoidea Lacewing with iridescence wings SingaporeChrysopoidea Lacewing with iridescence wings Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Chrysopoidea Lacewing with iridescence wings Singapore

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Ledrinae	Ledrinae is a relatively small subfamily within the very large and diverse leafhopper family Cicadellidae. They are mostly green or brown with a flattened body and tibiae. The ocelli are located near the crown and the forewings have a dense network of veins. SingaporeLedrinae Ledrinae is a relatively small subfamily within the very large and diverse leafhopper family Cicadellidae. They are mostly green or brown with a flattened body and tibiae. The ocelli are located near the crown and the forewings have a dense network of veins. SingaporeLedrinae Ledrinae is a relatively small subfamily within the very large and diverse leafhopper family Cicadellidae. They are mostly green or brown with a flattened body and tibiae. The ocelli are located near the crown and the forewings have a dense network of veins. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tridactylidae	The Tridactylidae are a family in the insect order Orthoptera. They are small, mole-cricket-like insects, almost always less than 20 mm long when mature. Generally they are shiny, dark or black, sometimes variegated or sandy-coloured. SingaporeTridactylidae The Tridactylidae are a family in the insect order Orthoptera. They are small, mole-cricket-like insects, almost always less than 20 mm long when mature. Generally they are shiny, dark or black, sometimes variegated or sandy-coloured. SingaporeTridactylidae The Tridactylidae are a family in the insect order Orthoptera. They are small, mole-cricket-like insects, almost always less than 20 mm long when mature. Generally they are shiny, dark or black, sometimes variegated or sandy-coloured. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tridactylidae The Tridactylidae are a family in the insect order

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Ascalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus),	Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ascalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus),	Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ascalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus),	Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ascalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus),	Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ascalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus),	Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. SingaporeAscalaphid (Ascalaphus placidus), Ascalaphidae is a family of insects in the order Neuroptera, sometimes called owlflies. They are diurnal or crepuscular predators of other flying insects and have large bulging eyes and strongly knobbed antennae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Mating Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp).	Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm.	SingaporeMating Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm. SingaporeMating Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle is also called (Cassida circumdata). This beetle comes from the Chrysomelidae family and the genus Cassida. The beetle is green, black and has a transparent cuticle. The size is very small about 4 - 5 mm. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Mating Green Tortoise Beetle (Cassida sp). Green Tortoise Beetle

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Assassin bug nymph with beetle prey (Reduviidae sp). Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeAssassin bug nymph with beetle prey (Reduviidae sp). Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeAssassin bug nymph with beetle prey (Reduviidae sp). Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Assassin bug nymph with beetle prey (Reduviidae sp). Predatory

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Big-eyed bug (Geocoris sp). Geocoris is a genus of insects in the family Geocoridae. Commonly known as big-eyed bugs, the species in Geocoris are beneficial predators. SingaporeBig-eyed bug (Geocoris sp). Geocoris is a genus of insects in the family Geocoridae. Commonly known as big-eyed bugs, the species in Geocoris are beneficial predators. SingaporeBig-eyed bug (Geocoris sp). Geocoris is a genus of insects in the family Geocoridae. Commonly known as big-eyed bugs, the species in Geocoris are beneficial predators. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Big-eyed bug (Geocoris sp). Geocoris is a genus of insects in the

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Assassin bug nymph with ant prey (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeAssassin bug nymph with ant prey (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeAssassin bug nymph with ant prey (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Assassin bug nymph with ant prey (Reduviidae sp) Predatory

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Backlit tortoise beetle (Aspidimorpha miliaris) Aspidimorpha miliaris is a widespread Asian species of beetles belonging to the family Chrysomelidae. 	SingaporeBacklit tortoise beetle (Aspidimorpha miliaris) Aspidimorpha miliaris is a widespread Asian species of beetles belonging to the family Chrysomelidae. SingaporeBacklit tortoise beetle (Aspidimorpha miliaris) Aspidimorpha miliaris is a widespread Asian species of beetles belonging to the family Chrysomelidae. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Backlit tortoise beetle (Aspidimorpha miliaris) Aspidimorpha

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Ironclad Beetle (Hyberis araneiformis). Adult beetles are thought to feed on lichens growing on trunks of these trees. This beetle can be found clinging onto the trunks of trees or outer walls of homes in wooded areas. SingaporeIronclad Beetle (Hyberis araneiformis). Adult beetles are thought to feed on lichens growing on trunks of these trees. This beetle can be found clinging onto the trunks of trees or outer walls of homes in wooded areas. SingaporeIronclad Beetle (Hyberis araneiformis). Adult beetles are thought to feed on lichens growing on trunks of these trees. This beetle can be found clinging onto the trunks of trees or outer walls of homes in wooded areas. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Ironclad Beetle (Hyberis araneiformis). Adult beetles are thought

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Flat bug nymph (Aradidae sp). Aradidae, also called fungus bug, are small, flat, dark-coloured insects that are usually found under stones, in crevices in dead or dying trees, or under loose bark. SingaporeFlat bug nymph (Aradidae sp). Aradidae, also called fungus bug, are small, flat, dark-coloured insects that are usually found under stones, in crevices in dead or dying trees, or under loose bark. SingaporeFlat bug nymph (Aradidae sp). Aradidae, also called fungus bug, are small, flat, dark-coloured insects that are usually found under stones, in crevices in dead or dying trees, or under loose bark. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Flat bug nymph (Aradidae sp). Aradidae, also called fungus bug,

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Sap beetle (Nitidulidae sp). A pair of Sap beetle hiding in tree bark,	SingaporeSap beetle (Nitidulidae sp). A pair of Sap beetle hiding in tree bark, SingaporeSap beetle (Nitidulidae sp). A pair of Sap beetle hiding in tree bark, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Sap beetle (Nitidulidae sp). A pair of Sap beetle hiding in tree

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Short-legged springtails (Poduromorpha sp), Short-legged springtails and mites on mossy dead log, SingaporeShort-legged springtails (Poduromorpha sp), Short-legged springtails and mites on mossy dead log, SingaporeShort-legged springtails (Poduromorpha sp), Short-legged springtails and mites on mossy dead log, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Short-legged springtails (Poduromorpha sp), Short-legged

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Hairy Assassin bug (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeHairy Assassin bug (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. SingaporeHairy Assassin bug (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the long rostrum to inject a lethal saliva that liquefies the insides of the prey, which are then sucked out. The saliva contains enzymes that digest the tissues they swallow. This process is generally referred to as extraoral digestion. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Hairy Assassin bug (Reduviidae sp) Predatory Reduviidae use the

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Terrestrial Ribbon worm with jumping spider prey (Nemertea sp). Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length. SingaporeTerrestrial Ribbon worm with jumping spider prey (Nemertea sp). Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length. SingaporeTerrestrial Ribbon worm with jumping spider prey (Nemertea sp). Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Terrestrial Ribbon worm with jumping spider prey (Nemertea sp).

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Crickets eating Crickets (Hexacentrus sp). Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa. SingaporeCrickets eating Crickets (Hexacentrus sp). Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa. SingaporeCrickets eating Crickets (Hexacentrus sp). Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Crickets eating Crickets (Hexacentrus sp). Hexacentrus is the

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Ribbon worm with jumping spider prey	Nemertea	Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length.	SingaporeRibbon worm with jumping spider prey Nemertea Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length. SingaporeRibbon worm with jumping spider prey Nemertea Like most of their marine relatives, terrestrial ribbon worms are thought to be predators, although the feeding ecology of most species remains unknown. Ribbon worms are notable for their proboscis, which is the primary organ used in capturing prey. This proboscis is a long hollow tube that is usually tucked away within a sheath that may stretch for nearly the entire body length. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Crickets eating Crickets	Hexacentrus	Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa.	SingaporeCrickets eating Crickets Hexacentrus Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa. SingaporeCrickets eating Crickets Hexacentrus Hexacentrus is the type genus of bush-crickets in the subfamily Hexacentrinae. Most species of this genus occur in Southeast Asia and in Africa. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Assassin bug (Reduviidae sp) with cricket prey, SingaporeAssassin bug (Reduviidae sp) with cricket prey, SingaporeAssassin bug (Reduviidae sp) with cricket prey, Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Earwig (Dermaptera sp). Earwigs have characteristic cerci, a pair of forceps-like pincers on their abdomen, and membranous wings folded underneath short, rarely used forewings, hence the scientific order name, "skin wings". Some groups are tiny parasites on mammals and lack the typical pincers. Earwigs are found on all continents except Antarctica. SingaporeEarwig (Dermaptera sp). Earwigs have characteristic cerci, a pair of forceps-like pincers on their abdomen, and membranous wings folded underneath short, rarely used forewings, hence the scientific order name, "skin wings". Some groups are tiny parasites on mammals and lack the typical pincers. Earwigs are found on all continents except Antarctica. SingaporeEarwig (Dermaptera sp). Earwigs have characteristic cerci, a pair of forceps-like pincers on their abdomen, and membranous wings folded underneath short, rarely used forewings, hence the scientific order name, "skin wings". Some groups are tiny parasites on mammals and lack the typical pincers. Earwigs are found on all continents except Antarctica. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Pink fungus (Fungi sp), Pink fungi growing on a tree trunk. SingaporePink fungus (Fungi sp), Pink fungi growing on a tree trunk. SingaporePink fungus (Fungi sp), Pink fungi growing on a tree trunk. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Baby-Faced Longhorn Beetle (Thranius bimaculatus). Longhorn beetles are typically characterized by extremely long antennae, which are often as long as or longer than the beetle's body. SingaporeBaby-Faced Longhorn Beetle (Thranius bimaculatus). Longhorn beetles are typically characterized by extremely long antennae, which are often as long as or longer than the beetle's body. SingaporeBaby-Faced Longhorn Beetle (Thranius bimaculatus). Longhorn beetles are typically characterized by extremely long antennae, which are often as long as or longer than the beetle's body. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Backlit treehopper (Membracidae sp). Backlit shot of a treehopper. SingaporeBacklit treehopper (Membracidae sp). Backlit shot of a treehopper. SingaporeBacklit treehopper (Membracidae sp). Backlit shot of a treehopper. Singapore© Melvyn Yeo / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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