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Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by metallica, Dec 17, 2009.
nice pics, what is that adorable snake in the first set with the little fishes?
Makes me want to take another trip to Mexico!
Did you get togheter with someone in Mexico to go to the B annitha,B baum localities?
Is the last snake on the first set of pics a Loxocemus bicolor?
really great pictures.
I can't wait to take a trip like that.
PS Do you know Rodrigo O or Jorge M ???
Incredible pics Eddy, Thanks for sharing! How many sp. of spiders (Theraphosid) did you find?
sorry, i have no idea.
yes, but the we found new locations for several Brachypelma.
we found loads in this trip:
7 Brachypelma sp.
2 Aphonopelma sp.
1 Hemirrhagus sp.
4 Schizopelma sp./ Bonnetina sp.
Nice ones Eddy! I haven't had a chance to go through mine yet...
Great photos!Hope you guys all made it home without any swine flu haha!
i only came home with this:
Nice finds!!! Exceptional looking specimens for sure!!!
nice pictures Eddy, thanks for sharing!
I can't believe all the gorgeous Brachys you found and the A. bicoloratum. That looked like an amazing trip altogether.
Do you know all the Brachypelma sp. ? Or is it still in research?
B. annitha, B. baumgarteni and B. smithi... Which else?
yes, the Brachypelma we know.
B. albiceps, B. auratum, B boehmei, B. verdezi
you found the mexican red knee and the red leg in the wild that crazy cool.