I spotted a group of black ants (Polyrhachis species ?) attending to a late instar larva on the underside of a Turn-in-the-wind leaf (Mallotus paniculatus). At last I managed to take a clear shot of this late instar larva of Semanga superba deliciosa. An excellent account of its life history can be found on the ButterflyCircle's Blog here.
I spent most of the time strolling on the boardwalk, looking out for subjects to photograph. It was a very quiet afternoon. Finally I saw and took a shot of this brilliantly coloured bracket fungus. These are another species of bracket fungus I believe. I am really hopeless in identifying fungus.
This is not a common posture of the Large Snow Flat (Tagiades gana gana). I was very lucky to see its underside and take a long distance shot. This spider was holding on to its prey very tightly. I wonder how long it would take to consume such a prey as big as its own size. Lastly, this very nice hoverfly with a pair of lovely wings kept teasing me for an in-flight shot. But I could only manage to take a quick shot when it rested on a vine.