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Sorry for the lower quality images, no diffuser around.
Orange slug lichen:
A mating beetle:
Females will briefly call by rasping their wings together with their elytra. They wait a moment and then shuffle off as the male responds in turn and follows. This can go on for some minutes before they get down to business.
Mossy stick insect:
Ecuador cloudforests are especially well stocked with this and other moss insects and animals using moss as their model of camouflage.
Skipper with proboscis out was just displaying coprophagia:
Bark mantis cleaning its eyes ( a little roughly if you ask me!):
Harvestman under 365nm UV light:
Around 400nm and you start getting purple light casting, below and you can be relatively free of that.
Larva (possibly hoverfly) with visible internal organs:
A leaf gall and its inhabitant:
Larva probably belongs to some small hymenopteran:
Thanks for looking and commenting,