Medium-large (circa 2 cm x 8 mm x 8 mm) black and red blister beetle, feeding on flowers of an unidentified leguminous shrub. Note: although called a blister beetle, this species can generally be handled with little risk
Short-statured circa 30 cm, erect, branched herbaceous dicot bearing small corymbs (?) of circa <1 mm diameter) white flowers, borne in the axils of each pair of opposing leaf blades
Purple-flowered variant of "Goat Weed", each flower <1 cm in diameter
Small (circa 15 cm long), thin lizard with diamond shapes on back and long thin whip-like tail; Fan-Throated Lizard
Mottled Emigrant butterflies (id?), in background, puddling with Common Emigrant butterflies, in foreground, on forest road east of the Forest Rest House
Common Emigrant butterflies, in foreground, puddling with Mottled Emigrant butterflies (id?), in background, on forest road east of the Forest Rest House
Common Crow butterfly
Common Jezebel butterfly, feeding on nectar from lantana flowers
Short erect herb (30 cm), with large, open paniculate inflorescence, containg small (<1 cm) white and pinkish-purple flowers; a common medicinal plant
Vining, erect herb/shrub, about 1 m tall and up to 1 m in diameter, with small, bright yellow flowers and larger green sepals; it appears to be a wild relative of cultivated pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan).
Leguminous vine with clusters of large, bright, yellow flowers; relative of cultivated pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan).