This dragonfly photo taken by me using my Nokia Lumia phone.

The dragonfly is an insect scientific name pantala flavescent, the globe skimmer or wandering glider family Libellulidae. The most widespread and old dragonfly on the planet. It’s German name wanderlibelle, Hong Kong name typhoon dragonfly, Japanese name Usubaki Tombo and Bengali name Jheejhee. Captured in my Nokia Lumia 630 Smartphone.


Venomous giant spider with eggs, photo taken by me in Redmi 2 Prime phone.

A giant spider with eggs found at my room. An arthropod Indian tropical species family Araneae, venomous.

Always love nature!



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6 responses »

  1. swabby429 says:

    Beautiful creatures. I love both types.

  2. gigoid says:


    Howdy, brother…. After all this time, I realized I had never set the toggle on your blog to send notices when you post; this is why I haven’t been here very often… That’s fixed, so, I’ll be back a lot… Be sure of it…

    Love dragonflies…. beauty/LIFE in motion. Great picture, phone or not…

    Spiders, of course, are sacred to me; they eat flies….



  3. aikifox85 says:

    Holy crap that spider is creepy! The one thing that scares me about the idea of traveling to some places is thinking about all the insects and animals that could potentially kill me. Traveling alone as a woman would not scare me, as people don’t scare me. But smaller creatures I have trouble seeing right away that could bite or sting me and seriously hurt me? Super scary.

    • VIKRAM ROY says:

      Perhaps if there are giant spiders like I saw in the movies and read in the scary tales… then they would eat us. But the spiders are like neighbors at home. They come and go but they don’t bite easily. 🙂

      • aikifox85 says:

        All I have to worry about here are Black Widows and Brown Recluses – both of these spiders prefer to stay as far away from humans as possible and you really only have to worry about them if you’re going through basements, attics, or garages that are mostly dark and undisturbed.

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