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Sunday, October 23, 2011

My Wallpapers

Photographs I took that are good enough to be made into wall pappers.

Orbweaver spider on a plant at Luanti River side.

Plant bug on top of a red flower in Sabah Tea Garden.

An Orthoptera hopper standing on a flower next to a Tawau Chinese Temple.

A jumping spider against it's green habitat in Kinabalu National Park.

An orange Dobsonfly resting on the window frame at Aristo Inn.

Panoramic scenery of the Kundasang mountains.

View of the horizon on the way to Kota Kinabalu.

The hustle and bustle of my school photographed from the 4th floor. 

Friendship photograph of my friends for Friendship Day. 

A cute Theridula spider under a leaf in Tawau Hills Park.

Colors of the stalls outside of Kunak.

A spider enjoying it's meal in Nirvana Memorial Park.

Chinese New Year decorations in 1Borneo - Rabbit Year.

A fern forest in Tawau Hills Park looking like the prehistoric Carboniferous forests.

A blue-nosed damselfly resting on the tip of a grass stalk.

Crossing the bridge like a boss in Tawau Hills Park.

Beautiful "Contour Lines" on this leaf

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Panoramic view of Kundasang


This photograph is merged together by several photos of the panoramic scenery of Kundasang from a hill.
As you can see, Kundasang is made up of mountains and hills.
The highest spot on this highland is the Low's Peak of Mount Kinabalu.
See http://wongchunxing.blogspot.com/2011/09/do-you-know-who-am-i.html for more information about Mount Kinabalu.


Thursday, October 6, 2011

FLIES, the DIPTERA Super Order

Diptera, or commonly known as the flies family, is a diverse order of insects that contains hundreds of thousands species.
The variety members of this order are spread around the globe.
Many of the species in this insect order spread diseases.
Common pest of this order are Mosquitoes and House Flies.
Each of them were evolved to live in different lifestyles - different habitat and different foods.
Here is a Family Tree for the Diptera Superorder.
http://wwx.inhs.illinois.edu/files/5013/8608/5647/superflies_v4.pdf