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NagkalluAll small shrine is maintained at ARRS Campus where Snake god (Nagappa – in kannada) is worshipped

King Cobra

King Cobra

King Cobra -Female

Malabar Pit Viper

Malabar Pit Viper

Malabar Pit Viper.

Green Vine Snake

Green Vine Snake

Green Vine Snake.

Hill Keelback

Hill Keelback (Shredding time so the eyes looks blurred with the extra skin covered)

Calotes Calotes

Calotes Calotes



May Fly


Large Stick Insect

Giant Stick Insect


Fulgoridae | Kalidasa nigromaculata


Cricket Insect

Damsel Fly


Pill Millipede

Pill Millipede.


A beautiful Tree Hopper Insect

More photos of Agumbe click here

  4 Responses to “Agumbe-Reptiles & Insects”

  1. Super! the king’s pics stands out, mesmserizing

  2. The pictures are good, photographing insects in natural habitat is difficult, and i appreciate your interest, some of these should have been shot from a dfferent angle so that one can make out clearly what they are, but i know it is difficult and not as easy as making a comment . the picture of “colourful hopper in defensive ..” needs a correction of the legend. it is a fulgorid bug a relative of the cicada, similarly the tree hopper is called a flatid bug.

    • Thanks Mallik for dropping by & leaving a comment. Glad you liked the pics. I know what you meant, as i will be in agumbe during July 2013 will keep in mind these point & hopefully comeup with some good images. Thanks for Idying .. will change in due time.
      Thanks Again 🙂

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