Some Halloween Critters from Taiwan

I am posting some photographs I took of wonderful and sometimes startling creatures that I saw in Taiwan –  in honor of Halloween –  A large centipede, huge red wasp, slug, land crab in the forest, brightly colored fiddler crabs in the mangroves, giant snails and bright pink eggs from the invasive apple snails. Happy Halloween!


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10 Responses to Some Halloween Critters from Taiwan

  1. Beautiful colours and personalities captured.Such kaleidoscope crabs!

  2. Great variety of critters there! ~SueBee

  3. Great captures of these little critters.

  4. Pingback: Australia: why do fiddler crabs change colour? | Dear Kitty. Some blog

  5. Iain says:

    Hi, is the slug looking creature a slug or a leech?

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