Over the last few days myself and Davie spent time at the Research Station at the bottom of the green trail. It’s Primary Rainforest so was able to see and hear a lot of amazing wildlife while on walks. But my highlight has to be from the 1st night, while out on a walk at night i spotted something about an inch long flying near the ground it was well camouflaged with the leaf litter. I thought it was a Preying Mantis, which on closer inspection it was so I was really happy and not bad going for Identification done at night via headlamp of something over 5 feet away from you which is only an inch long and camouflaged. This brings up the total 5 species I’ve found at Regua and a total of 9 species in South America to date. On the last morning I cut down a nice big bunch of bananas to take back.