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Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by Snipes, Jun 19, 2009.
Very cool man, very cool.
mmmm, oh my. Can anyone recommend a site that has unlimited bandwidth for free?
Forking incredible photos, mate. I thought that I had seen a lot of things in China (And I have..) but you have outdone me. Then again, I couldn't do it every day, but still.. :worship:
And how did you manage to get so many of them to sit still. You must be a very patient man. =P
i completly agree i was trying to figure out how to say it with out getting suspended.
once again wonderful pictures. one of the best field trip threads i've seen.
great pics WOman...
I'm going to move this along to get to more pages so i can add more pics
Categories Left: Reptiles and Amphibians,
and then the warm fuzzy things including..
bats, sloths, monkeys and other mammals
and then flora and scenery
Going to add reptiles tomorrow. For some reason, the pictures I put up were extremely blurry
Oh man, what an astonishing collection of pictures. Number 28 :clap: :clap: :clap: !
absolutly gorgeous pictures, thanks for sharing! Great looking bugs, so much colour!
Okay! Reptiles. Please correct my ids if they are wrong.
Multiple Norops species
Genus sounds like myba?
Some house gecko
Chunk headed snake
Oxybelis aeneus Brown Vine Snake
this is the only decentish pic of their mouth unfortunately
Bothrops asper or atrox this one was by our station, and we put it in this barrel and then displaced it away from the station later.
by far the most photographed was Oophaga (Dendrobates) pumilio because our professor did her work on the Madacascar Mantella frogs and the O. pumilio have a lot of color morphs
Oophaga (Dendrobates) pumilio
Isla Colon morph (yellow, orange, and green)
Isla Bastimentos morphs (ranging from white to red to yellow)
Other islands had blue and green color morphs, but i was working when the opportunity came to see them and I missed it
Oophaga (Dendrobates) auratus
Dink or Tink frog or something
Unsure, it was found in The Darien
That's it for this page, next page: Birds, bats, monkeys, and sloths
WOW, so many creatures and each so different thanks for sharing!
Again awesome pics!
did you get tagged by this one??
After looking through your photos, I'm beating myself up for not going to Bocas del Toro. I only made it as far as Manzanillo(30+ miles away). Fantastic creatures/region/people/pictures! Do you know if research expeditions ever take on "civilain" grunts?