There are bugs (and other arthropods) aplenty in Bali. Ubud town, probably thanks to its clogged drains, swings with mosquitoes that sucked my duck dry and dimpled. The countryside and outlying paddy fields, however, were relatively free of blood-letting bugs, perhaps owing to their wealth of insectivorous avian theropods and other diners of dengue-carriers.
A damselfly (possibly Aristocypha fenestrella). For some reason, I could never get the compound eyes in focus, despite 15 minutes of squatting (and 5 seconds of falling) on a steep path. I have also identified the dragonflies posted earlier here as Tyriobapta torrida (the male bearing the iridiscent wingbase and the female with the striped abdomen), thanks to this guidebook.
This fuzzy caterpillar appears even hairier than my duck!
A red weaver ant. There were everywhere and are old enemies of my duck, having sunk their vicious mandibles into various parts of his anatomy whenever the opportunity struck (including once when my duck was bathing and thus exposed to attack).
Some hymenopteran, I think. It has a waist to die for.
Escargot. It was moving a little too fast, which explains the blurred shell.