oh well I hope you know which this snake is. It is a Bamboo Pit Viper. I strongly suggest people to stay away from snakes you have know idea about. It is an arboreal snake, often found in bushes, perched below our knee-level. It must be probably changing its position and hence crossing the road.
excellent capture! i strongly feel that it is a fly that mimics wasps! tfs!
beautiful capture! i am not so lucky with Lime Butterfly - and you say they were everywhere! haha
I like how you have framed these two views together - very useful for amateurs! tfs!
Extremely beautiful image! I have just move into Mississauga and yearn to see a Humming Bird. TFS!
Welcome to TN, stunning image to start with! TFS
Looks like a Robber Fly (Family Asilidae)probably a mimic of the Spider Wasp? Nice capture :) TFS
superb :) i can actually count those feathery scales :P tfs!
wow.. superb capture.. crystal clear.. i can even see the scales in a line! tfs!
Great capture! Yes, you are right, the ID is correct and they indeed are two forms... the right hand side form is usually more occuring than the dark morph. this natural history is superbly framed, tfs!
What is it doing in Asia section if it was clicked in US? none the less this is a good capture! tfs!