Highlights of the trip included seeing a menacing forest python seconds after it made a kill, and watching it slowly escape us (disturbing its dinner time) climbing vertically up a tree stump with only its tail supporting it. We also saw a goliath beetle in flight (the largest insect in the world by weight, and about 4 inches long!) but it was too fast to capture on (digital) film.
I have also included a short video clip trying to relay the wonderful atmosphere atop Liranda hill - surrounded by lush, dense rainforest with the breeze swimming through the long grass.
Some of the photos have captions - click to view. Unfortunately I have not managed to identify many of the insects.
Technical details: Olympus ZD 70-300mm and Sony 18-55mm lenses; all unedited and straight from the camera.