Tuesday, September 21, 2010
HONG KONG CREEPY CRAWLY QUANDRY
It is always nice to see video of Hong Kong animals in the spring, but at about 29 seconds in there is something that I want to identify. You may remember that in my recent article about dragonfly swarms in Hong Kong I mentioned a moth that also swarmed on several occasions at Mount Austin when I lived there between 1964-8. This is the species, and I stumbled upon it completely by accident.
Does anyone know what it is?
Also, through complete happenstance, there are clips of scolopendra as written about today by Richard Muirhead....