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A Renoir in the Attic

Posted on 25. Aug, 2021 by in Alfred Russel Wallace and his assistant Ali

A Renoir in the Attic

Alfred Russel Wallace makes starting discoveries in Singapore, and how biodiversity can be found in everyone’s backyard. Centerfold article in the July/August 2021 magazine Passage, published by Friends of the Museums Singapore.

Passage magazine


For many of the 50 years during which I followed in the footsteps of Victorian naturalist and collector Alfred Russel Wallace, I focused on wild and inaccessible locations: the dwindling rainforests of Sarawak, where he famously shot 17 orangutans; the cold and wet highland forests of Indonesian Papua, where Wallace sought exotic birds of paradise, and the seldom-visited islands of the Moluccas, in eastern Indonesia, where Wallace caught a butterfly so gloriously coloured that he “trembled with excitement.”

But ironically, for years I overlooked the obvious. Since I first came to Southeast Asia in 1969, Singapore has been my residence and later one of my base camps. It was a productive home base for Wallace as well. Singapore taught Wallace (and me) that extraordinary biodiversity can thrive in an urban backyard.

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Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913)

Wallace arrived in Singapore on 20 April 1854 after a three-month voyage aboard a Peninsular and Oriental steamer. He used Singapore as a base for several of his travels during his eight years in the Malay Archipelago, making four trips to the island, a presence surpassed only by his time in Ternate, where Wallace lived for many months and where he visited five times.

During the Victorian era, Singapore was alive with commerce and society. The year Wallace arrived, so did 13,000 Chinese immigrants, many of them dangerous men — rebels and refugees from the civil war raging in southern China. The Crimean War broke out in 1854, jolting Singapore merchants out of their complacency since they felt the country’s defenseless prosperity could make her an attractive target of Russian warships.

The first telegraph line was laid between Singapore and Batavia (present-day Jakarta) in 1859, the year Singapore’s first dry dock was built. The commodity exchange listed opium (Straits $385 per chest), ebony, and Turkey red chintz.

Wallace wrote, “I quite enjoy being a short time in Singapore again. The scene is at once so familiar and yet so strange. The half-naked Chinese coolies, the very neat shopkeepers, the clean, fat, old, long-tailed merchants, all as pushing and full of business as any Londoners. After two years in the East I only now begin to understand Singapore, and to thoroughly appreciate the life and bustle, and the varied occupations of so many distinct nationalities on a spot which a short time ago was an uninhabited jungle.”

Calodema wallacii Deyrolle, 1864: 78, collected by Wallace on the island of New Guinea. Wallace called it “one of the handsomest of the Buprestidae”.

I first visited Singapore in 1970 on R&R from Sarawak, where I served in the Peace Corps. I stayed at cheap and noisy hotels in Beach Road, enjoying the bright lights and energy of Singapore after months spent living in a tiny Borneo town and travelling regularly to visit isolated longhouse schools perched on the banks of rainforest rivers. After the Peace Corps, I lived in Singapore for three years, working in advertising. Subsequently, while living in neighbouring Indonesia, I visited the country on business and pleasure perhaps a hundred times. I went to Singapore to produce my TV commercials and write catchy jingles; I went to Singapore when I got fed up with the noise and hassles and corruption and non-existent telephones of Indonesia; I went to Singapore because Jakarta at the time was a funky backwater with no supermarkets and Singapore was the place to stock up on fresh cheese and Oreos; I went to Singapore because it worked, and I needed that reassuring stability every few months and, surprisingly to my friends working in nature conservation, I went to Singapore to enjoy easy access to small chunks of intact tropical rainforest.

An Odd Place to Seek Nature

Singapore might seem to be an odd place to seek nature. In spite of being the greenest city-state in the world, Singapore’s nature is more often perceived to reside in giant airport aquariums and air-conditioned gardens in hotel lobbies rather than in natural rainforests, coral reefs and mangroves. The common thinking is that most of Singapore’s wildlife has been replaced by public housing and highways.

Some of Wallace’s Southeast Asian beetles, from The Malay Archipelago

That’s partly true, but the reality, like most things in life, is more nuanced. The bad news: since Stamford Raffles established modern Singapore in 1819, the country has lost more than 99 percent of its original vegetation due to the construction of housing,
roads, reservoirs and military facilities. Of 183 species of birds known or presumed to be breeding in the republic since 1940, 39 have become extinct and 41 resident species are considered to be at risk. Some 60 percent of all the country’s coral reefs have been seriously damaged.

The good news: Singapore is still home to more than 40,000 wild, native, non-microbial species according to Singapore Biodiversity, a comprehensive study of the country’s natural resources. David Bellamy, a noted English conservationist, pointed out that the number of plant species growing in Singapore’s Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is more than that in the whole of North America. New species are being found regularly.

A butterfly from Wallace’s collection acquired on the island of Flores, one of the Lesser Sunda islands in the eastern half of Indonesia

Wallace’s golden birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera croesus)

An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles

In 1854 Wallace made his base near Bukit Timah and wrote, “I lived … with the missionary at Bukit-tima [sic] … where a pretty church has been built, and there are about 300 converts. The vegetation was most luxuriant, comprising enormous forest-trees, as well as a variety of ferns, caladiums.”

A specimen of the Semioptera wallacei, courtesy of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center

Wallace was, in modern terms, a freelancer – he had no government support, no military protection, no diplomatic status and, critically, no income except through the sale of unusual “natural productions” that he collected and which were sold by his ‘beetle agent’ Samuel Stevens in London.

Of all the critters he collected, Wallace had an inordinate fondness for beetles, and was as happy in Bukit Timah as a dung beetle in an out-house. Insects were exceedingly abundant and very interesting (in Bukit Timah), and furnished scores of new and curious forms every day. “In about two months [in Singapore] I obtained no less than 700 species of beetles, a large proportion of which were quite new. Almost all these (beetles) were collected in one patch of jungle (in Singapore), not more than a square mile in extent, and in all my subsequent travels in the East I rarely if ever met with so productive a spot.”

Let us take a moment to examine Wallace’s throwaway comment that a large proportion of the 700 Singapore beetles he collected “were quite new.” During his epic eight-year journey when he covered some 22,500 kilometres through territories that are now Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, Wallace caught, skinned and pickled
125,660 specimens of “natural productions” including 212 new species of birds, 900 new species of beetles and 200 new species of ants. Consider just the logistics – how could one man, on a tight budget and without organisational support, living rough in rainforests, without access to scientific colleagues or reference material, collect, identify, mount, preserve and transport 8,000 bird skins and 100,000 insects?

Wallace’s flying frog (Rhacophorus nigropalmatus) which Wallace found in Sarawak. Wallace described the ability of this large arboreal frog to “pass through the air like the flying lizard” thanks to its webbed fingers and toes. It can soar up to 15 meters. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

But Wallace survived tough conditions, and sometimes revelled at being the ‘first’ naturalist in many locations. “This exceeding productiveness (in Bukit Timah) was due in part no doubt to some favourable conditions in the soil, climate and vegetation, and to the season being very bright and sunny, with sufficient showers to keep everything fresh. But it was also in a great measure dependent, I feel sure, on the labours of the Chinese woodcutters. They had been at work here for several years, and during all that time had furnished a continual supply of dry and dead and decaying leaves and bark, together with insects and their larvae. This had led to the assemblage of a great variety of species in a limited space, and I was the first naturalist who had come to reap the harvest they had prepared.”

Crickets, photo by Rob Arnold

His exploits were sometimes accompanied by danger. While a resident in modern Singapore might fear a summons from jaywalking or smoking near an office building, Alfred Russel Wallace was fearful about being attacked by a tiger or falling into a tiger trap. “There are always a few tigers roaming about Singapore, and they kill on an average a Chinaman every day, principally those who work in the gambir plantations…. We heard a tiger roar once or twice in the evening, and it was rather nervous work hunting for insects among the fallen trunks and old sawpits, when one of these savage animals might be lurking close by, waiting an opportunity to spring upon us.

“Here and there, too, were tiger-pits, carefully covered over with sticks and leaves, and so well concealed, that in several cases I had a narrow escape from falling into them. They are shaped like an iron furnace, wider at the bottom than the top, and are perhaps 15 or 20 feet deep [six metres], so that it would be almost impossible for a person unassisted to get out of one. Formerly a sharp stake was stuck erect in the bottom; but after an unfortunate traveller had been killed by falling on one, its use was forbidden.”

Pompelon marginata (day-flying moth), photographed along Singapore’s Southern Ridges Walk, 10 km of trails that connect three parks. Photo by Joyce Le Mesurier

While there are conservation problems caused by land clearance and construction, I find it heartening that in recent decades more than 100 species that are completely new to science have been discovered in Singapore, including new species of moss, fungi, lichens, fishes, nematodes, spiders, mites, harvestmen, wasps, beetles, bugs, flies, shrimps, barnacles and crabs. It’s like finding a Renoir in the attic.

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

If Singapore has an Alfred Russel Wallace-equivalent, it would be Peter Ng Kee Lin, professor at NUS and head of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Peter has been a huge source of ideas on how unscrupulous conservationists might combat deforestation; these helped inform my satiric novel EarthLove. But the discoveries he and his students have made while shuffling through the rainforests of Singapore’s
interior and the mangroves of the coast are the stuff of Wallace-like eureka-moment adventures.

A Draco lizard, a flying (or gliding) lizard found in Singapore, photo by Uta Weigelt

A monitor lizard, a common sight in Singapore and throughout the greater part of Southeast Asia as its habitat is primarily lowland freshwater and brackish wetlands. Photo by Joyce Le Mesurier

“We’ve found a snapping shrimp that doesn’t snap,” Peter told me, describing a rare freshwater variety of crustacean. “It was sitting there for donkey years, unnoticed. One day, just by luck, we were out sampling and this popped into the net.”

One of his fondest discoveries is a new freshwater prawn, Caridina temasek, which he found in a one-kilometre (0.6-mile) long stream that flows near the Singapore Island Country Club. The prawn’s diminutive size – similar to a grain of rice – may work in its favour in food-crazy Singapore. “This prawn would probably taste great when fried with eggs,” Peter said, “but since it is so small, it would take quite a number of them to make one omelette.”

Hornbills from Macassar (Makassar), Sulawesi in Wallace’s collection

Wallace was meticulous in recording his finds. Birds from the Wallace collection

Peter’s all-time favourite discovery came on New Year’s Eve in 1990. A student, Kelvin Lim, had shown Peter a photograph of an unusual crab. “I was rather sure of myself then and dismissed it merely as a juvenile, extreme variant of a common species found there, Parathelphusa maculate,” Peter told me. But Peter and Kelvin weren’t sure and “we sacrificed our New Year’s Eve to try to find an adult specimen.” (One of the benefits of doing biological fieldwork in Singapore is that no matter where the study site is, the researcher can generally get home in time for dinner.)

“We finally learned how to catch them, by grabbing any clump of submerged leaves that moved. As it turned out, I had been wrong. It was a separate species after all,
and to beat everything, it was new to science. I named it Parathelphusa reticulata for its beautiful carapace pattern. Moreover, this species was endemic to Singapore. As later
studies showed, it is found only in a five-hectare [12-acre] patch of swamp in Singapore and nowhere else on this planet. This is a reasonably large crab. So if something like this could have been missed for so long, heaven knows what else we are still ignorant of in the catchment area. This experience was a humbling one for me – I’ll never again be
complacent about biodiversity, even in Singapore.”

A Gonophora Wallacei, a member of the Coleoptera order of insects that includes beetles, collected by Wallace in Singapore. Image acquired with permission from the London Natural History Museum.

Thanks to clear-eyed curious folks like Alfred Russel Wallace and Peter Ng, I now understand that nature’s riches can be found not only in the wilderness of distant
rainforests, but in our own backyards. We need both – wildnature and urban-nature. I suggest a challenge: Go into your neighbourhood park and look closely. See what’s there, maybe you’ll find a natural treasure.

 

Note: The Alfred Russel Wallace quotes are from his classic book The Malay
Archipelago, first published in 1869 by Macmillan, London, with many modern editions available.

 


Paul Spencer Sochaczewski is a well-known and much published author with a passion for protecting our wildlife and green spaces. His book on the life and work of Wallace, published as An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles has helped restore Wallace to his rightful place in history. Paul’s most recent novel, about the war to save Borneo’s rainforest, is EarthLove, published by Explorer’s Eye Press (2020).

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