We were joking about having taken 100 shots of this guy, in reality, my count was 124 shots. Really hard to find thelyphonids in Singapore.
This individual did not spray any vinegar when disturbed, maybe its stock was used up recently.
It seemed to have a posture where one of its palps was touching its mouth as if it was injured, but it apparently switches between palps now and then. Sometimes it would be the left, sometimes the right.
Took some shots of the abdominal tip where the vinegar glands are, not sure if any of them captured said glands.
Assassin bug nymph.
Adult assassin bug, no idea if it is the adult of the above nymph.
Bracket fungus releasing spores. The release seemed to cycle between prolonged bursts followed by lull periods where very few spores were released.
Fungus beetle larva on the bracket fungus.
Couple of other beetles at the log.
Blue moth with yellow lower wing edge and a white patch in the middle at the abdomen.
No idea what is going on with this dead spider and the flies.
Scorpion mother with young.