Lots of them running around the temples.
big Dysdercus sp. about 35 mm lenght. from Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Please help ID! Thanks!
Nymphaea nouchali aka Nymphaea stellata.
I saw it on 5th.june.2013 at 5:30pm.
It's located on Koh Sdach island, Kirisakor district, Koh Kong Province.
• Really cool.
• Long toes and long back legs.
• A cool spiny crest runs down its spine from the mid-section towards the back of its head then gradually getting smaller as it runs the length of its body to the back legs.
• A dulap with a reddish zig-zag pattern extended under its throat.
• Found many of this species on tree trunks on this hot and sunny day in the Choeung Ek Killing Fields about 9 miles from Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Amazingly, they are common here.
Eating a Tokay.
Being eaten by a Sumatran Pit Viper