Accompanied by a small Eco-tour group lead by the reserve manager, Ernesto Rodriguez, and our long-time friend and collaborator Mark Deering, we returned to the slopes of Volcan Orosi for another night of observations and photography.
|'White witch' moth, almost 10" wingspan|
The air was a little less humid, the temperature a little higher and consequently we observed many different moths and other invertebrate species coming to our lights.
A beautiful large katydid, approximately
4 inches in length.
What an amazing diversity of insects there is here, no two nights are the same; fascinating!
Harlequin beetle, Acrocinus longimanus,
trying to blend in with Ernesto's sneaker...