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Berthoud Yannick Jul 18
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Aaron Griffing Jul 11
Any folks heading to next week? I'll be going there several days earlier and I'd be keen to look for Salamandra or any other local herpetofauna!
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ScienceHook 2h
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๐Ÿฆƒ๐๐ซ๐ข๐ญ๐ญ ๐‹. ๐๐ฎ๐œ๐ก๐š๐ง๐š๐ง ๐Ÿˆ 15h
Hey Nebraska peeps! If youโ€™re lookin for something fun to do this weekend and near Gretna, consider coming to learn about danger noodles! UNLโ€™s Dennis Ferraro is showing all 29 snake species found in the state!! Itโ€™ll be so fun! & is free!๐Ÿ
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Steven J. Cooke 16h
Some afternoon -AKA snakes and ladders.
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Frontier Madadagascar Forest 23h
This week's we have this charming juvenile pardalis, but we cannot decide whether or not it is a male or a female? ๐Ÿค”
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Just Some Guy Jul 18
I looked up your town on the map. Iโ€™d didnโ€™t even know there are snakes in the UK
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Spencer Siddons Jul 18
First night out a beautiful Fer-de-lance, or Terciopelo (Bothrops asper), crossed our path. This animal is very well known for its highly toxic venom. Keeping a healthy distance to watch this individual in its habitat.
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Julia Riley 2h
Today the found this gorgeous young Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis)!!!
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Archean Andrea Jul 18
I found a dead snake on a side road in Cincinnati the other day. It had a pinkish belly. I think it could be a Kirtland's snake. What does twitter think?
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Red Barn Blankets 8h
Can someone please help identify this of found in Connecticut.
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Spencer Siddons 12h
The gladiator frog (Boana rosenbergi) from Golfito, Costa Rica. A pretty intimidating name for such a beautiful frog. This is a huge female (LOOK AT THOSE FEET!), males are smaller as is common for most frogs.
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George Mazurov Schnipper Jul 18
The herpetologists of Central Asia have a theory that the secret toadhead agama, Phrynocephalus mystaceus, is sought after by poachers and tourists for their defence mechanism (2nd photo). This creates a selection force to NOT display such behaviour
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emma davies Jul 16
The easiest way to get me to smile is to hand me a snake. Found this wonderful green headed parrot snake in ironbound
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George Mazurov Schnipper Jul 12
This Rhinogekko misonnei is a VERY rare find. Barely studied, it has only been found in the early 1900s and then by the main herpetologist of the MSUโ€™s herpetological department. This endemicโ€™ distribution is restricted to the border between Iran and Pakistan
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Hari ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿ๐ŸฆŽ Jul 13
Look who else was looking for frogs near a stream in the Anamalais! This little fellow is a juvenile Collared cat snake (Boiga nuchalis).
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UTEP Biodiversity Collections Jul 10
Wow where did herpetology curator Dr. Carl Lieb go last year and what did he see? Check out some pictures of live herps that are newly uploaded!
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Sarah Manka Worthington, MSc Jul 16
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herpetALLogy Jul 10
Replying to @herpetALLogy
But why did I go back? And why am I staying and fighting? I am longer a student, I am *faculty*. Of . I had finally MADE it and felt that I could show my face to all of the doubters and, especially, those who had personally hurt me. But, more importantly....
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Arik ๐Ÿ Hartmann ๐Ÿธ 20h
This striped crayfish snake (Regina alleni) is doing her best impression of a pretzel. The ventral scales in this species usually have a series of dots running down the middle, but many I find in the glades are patternless!
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