Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) is also called dew-worm, rainworm, night-crawler and angleworm. Earthworms are important and beneficial animals as they aerates and mixes the soil and add to the fertility of soil.Earthworms eat soil and the organic material such as deed leaves, insect parts and bacteria.
Here are some pictures of Green lynx spider (probably a female green lynx spider) scientific name: Peucetia viridans. The Lynx spiders live in the shrubs and make no web to catch their prey. They are named lynx spider because they run very fast and jump on prey like a cat. Their legs have spikes and six of their eight eyes are in a hexagon form. They generally eat bees and that is why they are found on the plants that attract bees.
Green Lynx Spider
Sissoo (Dalbergia sissoo), is an erect deciduous tree, native to the Indian Subcontinent. It is known by a nubers of names, including sisu, sheesham, tahli, ndian rosewood, blackwood-tree, Bombay blackwood and Indian dalbergia. The heartwood of sissoo coloring from golden to dark brown, is among the finest timbers. It is extremely durable and very resistant to dry-wood termites. In our area sissoo tree is one amongst the most wild growing trees. In Pakistan some years ago there were a lot of sissoo trees particularly by roads and canals sides, but due to fungal disease 'dieback' they are dying with a rapid speed. But the agricultural authorities are doing nothing in this regard.
Dead Sissoo Tree Pictures
If you visit to the northern areas (Swat, Buner, Shangla, Dir, Chitral, Gilgit, Kaghan Valley, Naran Valley and Skardu etc.) of KPK (Former NWFP), Pakistan, you will find a lot of wooden bridges there. These bridges are not only a source of transportation, but also add to the beauty of these areas.The pictures below are taken at Buner, Amazai
Small Stream Wooden Bridges
Common Lynx or striped lynx spiders (Oxyopes salticus) are hunting spiders that spend their lives on plants. They prey small insects for their food. They have long spiny legs with small body and six of their eight eyes are arranged in a hexagon. They belong to family Oxyopidae.