Wild Mexico

willychon

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I'm not the best photographer, but I just want to share with you the rich biodiversity we have in Mexico.
hope you like :)



























































B.smithi female




Brachypelma smithi female


Brachypelma sp


Bonnetina sp


B. klaasi


Bonnetina sp


Aphonopelma sp mature male


Theraphosidae genus sp

















tortugas
























 
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moloch

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Great shots. You certainly have found a wonderful variety of animals. What part of Mexico is covered by your pics?

Was that a Milk Snake or a Coral? It was a real beauty. The Coleonyx was also a very nice looking gecko.

Regards,
David
 

SK8TERBOI

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Wow beautiful Photos man i have been to Mexico But never saw half of what i just did in photos mostly i saw iguanas from the cruise ship
 

willychon

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Thanks every body, I´ll share more pictures about my trips XD

Great shots. You certainly have found a wonderful variety of animals. What part of Mexico is covered by your pics?

Was that a Milk Snake or a Coral? It was a real beauty. The Coleonyx was also a very nice looking gecko.

Regards,
David
it is covered by jalisco, michoacan and colima states, the big part in Jalisco

Coleonyx is beatifull, this is one is a Coleonyx elegans elgans and the snake is a coral snake Micrurus sp
 

skippy

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i like how you have a free roaming rick west in that first pic:D

nice variety you have down there:clap:
 

the toe cutter

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WOW! I especially like the Micrurus nigrocinctus:drool:. Great pics man, where were you at looks like Southern Mexico? Oaxaca maybe?
 

pato_chacoana

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Very cool, congrats on the findings!

B. smithi is in my list for wild spotting for sure :)

Saludos,
Pato
 

willychon

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WOW! I especially like the Micrurus nigrocinctus:drool:. Great pics man, where were you at looks like Southern Mexico? Oaxaca maybe?
Cheers man, actually this snake is a Micrurus distans oliveri and I found it in the coast of Jalisco state
 

H. laoticus

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Poor second scorpion, looks like an incomplete molt on the tail.
Nice pics, thanks for sharing :)
 

willychon

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Solifugae

Aphonopelma sp1

Aphonopelma sp2 (sp1, sp2 and theraphosidae sp, they live very close each other)

Brachypelma sp possibly new specie I am waiting she do molt

Trimorphodon
 

willychon

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possible Metriopelma male
Boa constrictor hit
Plestiodon dugesi
Sceloporus turquatus.
Senticolis triaspis


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Shrike

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Great photos! That Senticolis is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
 
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