on the wall, nearby stairs. might be due to Lights
is a climber with loads of blue flowers and its now infested with butterfly larve.
It was climbing and then from the top it gave beautiful pose for this picture.
Size: 12 mm
After the summer monsoon rains start, it is pretty velvety red mites seen across the lands.
The adult moths have transparent wings with broad dark brown borders. There is a tuft of brown hairs on the tip of the abdomen. The tuft on the end of the abdomen of the female is rather bushier than that of the male. Unfertilised females are quite amusing as they are inclined to keep wiggling this tuft in a figure of eight, presumably to better disperse a pheromone which they emit, in order to attract a male.
As per comment on my image at INW by Sindhu Ramchandran.
Climbing on Wall
common and abundantly seen near high as well asmid tidal amplitude
We saw them almost 120 or so in a 10 sq. m area such large no. of patches over a kilometer stretch, nice to see them in such a large numbers !
I am not sure about this ID due to confused between Monetaria annulus and Monetaria moneta both have golden ring ??
Puff ball sponge ?
One of the common species in Maharashtra, found at tidal pools at High tide mark.
Need to be confirmed
see K.R. Jessens and Bill Rudmans message at
Brown colored one is Didemnum psammathodes blue colored is unknown to me ! pls. help me to find out ! :)
Size: 45 mm
Depth : 19 cm
Size: 15 mm
Depth: 40 cm
Was seen in a large rock pool in an intertidal area
it was attracted towards to my Camera that when ever i position my camera for its photographs it just rushed to words my lens and banged it for 3-4 times
in my home attracted towards light
it sucking/chewing/ ??? on Mango flowers - Mangifera indica