The wildlife i am referring to here is not the usual wildlife most of you refer to. Mine are just areas untended for cultivation, fallowed or abandoned areas, with mixed tropical weeds and grasses, sometimes a few bushes and trees and sometimes these are even under coconut trees.
Here are a few of the unusual takes that interest my lens. For me these are already wildlife.
A group of 1st instar butterfly larvae of most probably Catopsilla pomona. There are 2 leaflets fully occupied like this. The leaf is golden shower, Cassia fistula.
A day after most of the larvae are gone, some went to other leaflets, and the rest maybe eaten by birds.
These are the leaves on the 3rd day, the undersides leaf skin are fully devoured by the caterpillars, producing a lacey, artsy leaves.
Another leaflet left by the larvae, they transfered to a different leaflet, but their numbers are lesser.
This wooly insect might be the nymp of a planthopper, but i did not see its main body.
Another interesting wooly mealy bug, almost a centimeter in diameter. I am not sure if it really is a meally bug, as they are normally smaller than this.