Peru: Tambopata Reserve part III

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Peru: Tambopata Reserve part III

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Ants farming cicadellid nymphs:

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Jumping spider with grasshopper prey:

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Arum lily:

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Lichen-masquerading katydid (Lichenomorphus sp.):

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Woody mushroom (Amauroderma sp.):

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Two-tailed spider (Hersiliidae) at sunset:

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Wandering spider (Ctenidae) guarding egg sac:

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Camouflaged caterpillar:

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Camouflaged moth in the leaf litter:

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The Brazilian crab spider (Epicadus heterogaster) has several different polymorphs. From white with pink/yellow booties, to yellow and black to flame pink:

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Thanks for looking and commenting,
Paul

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Post by MarkSturtevant »

Beautiful! I really like how you capture the ambience of the forest.
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Thanks, I've been criticized in the past for having too dark a colour palette in my photos, but I feel like it's an accurate reflection of the rainforest, as I see it at least.

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Chiaroscuro -

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Love your use of low-angle, dramatic lighting and care in composition...good stuff!
I'm here to find and record those blithey toves.
2016: still true, would like to see them
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