I observed just lately that there's a lot of wonderful living organisms I have not particularly given attention in the past. And there are those which I literally just see for the first time. These are mostly those that are small to the naked eyes or those that normally hide underneath leaves. Lately, I've really gave more time in front of some plants to observe what are looming in there. And it gave me a really different world.
For example these hairy larvae, i normally get away from them because they give a dangerous itch when touched. And when you have some allergies, they are doubly scary. These days, I had wonderful time documenting and observing them. It is also challenging to know their names, and what they become as adults. But IDs don't come easy and I can't hold my impatience in posting them here. So, i hope you will understand. When the IDs come, they will follow this post.
a hirsute larva which walks so fast I had difficulty shooting
another hirsute baby that just stays there even if i disturb it with a stick
another specimen I saw in another host plant
someone already gave the lead for its ID, harvestman, Opiliones, Suborder Eupnoi from Sclerosomatidae or Gagrellinae Family, it is apparently an understudied species
a very small spider whose abdomen grows sideways
someone is hiding inside this mass of its own white saliva, which it weaves to serve as its home, i don't know if this is a larva or an adult
another way of building a home, but the carpenter of the first house is a different species than the builder of this one. I am actually curious what the owner looks like, but i hate destroying their homes!