Photos From Places Wallace Visited
Sep 8, 2013Public
Photo: Island of Ternate, Indonesia at sunset in 2012. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Island of Ternate, Indonesia at sunset in 2012. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Island of Ternate, Indonesia at sunset in 2012. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Island of Ternate, Indonesia at sunset in 2012. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Site of Rajah Brooke's bungalow at Santubong, Sarawak, Borneo where Wallace wrote his 'Sarawak Law' essay in 1855. The site is now occupied by a derelict government rest house. Photographed in 2009. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Fern frond, Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Bornero.2009. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Durian fruit. Ternate Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Rafflesia tuan-mudae, one of the world's largest flowers. In Malaysian "tuan-mudae" means 'Beloved or young Prince' after Charles Brooke the British Rajah of Sarawak. Gunung Gading National Park, Sarawak, 2009. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Large wasp flying into Rafflesia kerrii flower. Khao Sok National Park, Thailand.
Photo: Palm leaf against the sun. Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Spiny chiton on rock on beach on Bunaken Island nr Manado, Sulawesi. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Land crab on foliage at night. Bako National Park, Sarawak. 2009. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Jumping spider (Salticidae). Tankoko National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia.2012. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Jumping spider (Salticidae). Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Araneid spider. Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Spider. Bako National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.
Photo: Spider. Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Spider. Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Spider. Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Photo: Newly eclosed cicada. Bako National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.2009. Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Cockroach (Sundablatta pulcherrima). Bako National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.
Photo: The bee chafer beetle (Trichius fasciatus). Photographed at Kenfig Burrows, Wales. This beetle was the subject of one of Wallace first mentions in print. In 1847 a note was published which read "Capture of Trichius fasciatus near Neath. — I took a single specimen of this beutiful insect on a blossom of Carduus heterophyllus near the falls at the top of Neath Vale. — Alfred R. Wallace, Neath. [The other insects in my correspondent's list are scarcely worth publishing. — E. Newman]." Copyright George Beccaloni
Photo: Golden-spotted tiger beetle (Cicindela aurulenta). Taman Negara National Park, Malaysia.
Photo: Eyespots of hawkmoth caterpillar (Cechenena helops helops). Bako National Park, Sarawak. 2009. Copyright George Beccaloni