December 4, 2019 · Uncategorized

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Bushmaster, Lachesis muta, Loreto Peru
Bothriopsis bilineata smaragdina, ACTS, Rio Sucusari, Rio Napo, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Bothriopsis bilineata smaragdina, ACTS, Rio Sucusari, Rio Napo, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Bothrops atrox, Loreto Peru
Bothrops atrox, Loreto Peru
Bothrops atrox, Loreto Peru
Peruvian Rainbow Boa, Epicrates cenchria, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Peruvian Red-tail Boa, Boa constrictor, Loreto Peru
Aquatic Coralsnake (Micrurus surinamensis), Explorama Lodge at Yanamono, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Aquatic Coralsnake (Micrurus surinamensis), Explorama Lodge at Yanamono, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Aquatic Coralsnake (Micrurus surinamensis), Explorama Lodge at Yanamono, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Western Emerald Treeboa (Corallus batesii), Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Western Emerald Treeboa (Corallus batesii), Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Western Emerald Treeboa (Corallus batesii), Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Western Emerald Treeboa (Corallus batesii), Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Adult pattern Drymoluber dichrous, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Juvenile pattern Drymoluber dichrous, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Erythrolamprus reginae, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Adult Oxyrhopus melanogenys, October 2019
Adult Oxyrhopus melanogenys, October 2019
Adult Oxyrhopus vanidicus, October 2019
Younger Oxyrhopus petolarius, October 2019
Oxyrhopus petolarius, Banded Calico Snake, adult, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Younger and smaller Pseudoboa coronata, road to San Joaquin de Omagua, October 2019
Younger and smaller Pseudoboa coronata with mites below its eyes, October 2019
Older and larger Pseudoboa coronata, October 2019
Drepanoides anomala, Explorama Lodge at Yanamono, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Tantilla m melanocephala, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Tantilla m melanocephala, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Siphlophis compressus, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Siphlophis compressus, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Leptophis ahaetulla, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Leptophis ahaetulla, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Imantodes cenchoa, ACTS, Rio Sucusari, Loreto, Peru
Psendoeryx plicatilis, Loreto, Peru, October 2019
Cercosaura argulus, male, ACTS, Rio Sucusari, Loreto. Peru, January 2019
Alopoglossus atriventris, female, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Alopoglossus atriventris, female, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Alopoglossus atriventris, male, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Kentropyx pelviceps, Howard’s Place, Rio Momon, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Kentropyx pelviceps, Howard’s Place, Rio Momon, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Potamites ecpleopus, male, Yanomono Lodge, January 2019
Anolis transversalis, juvenile male, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Anolis transversalis, juvenile male, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Anolis transversalis, juvenile male, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Anolis transversalis, juvenile male, Santa Cruz Biological Station, Rio Mazan, Loreto, Peru, November 2019
Anolis nitens scypheus, ACTS, Rio Sucusari, Loreto. Peru, January 2019
The Turnip Tail Gecko (Thecodactylus solimoensis) is one of the largest geckos in the Amazon Basin. The species ranges through the upper Amazon Basin in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and adjacent Brasil. Not uncommon on tree trunks, these lizards are agile and quick when they want to be – can be tough to approach. They do well around humans and can be found around forest lodges on walls and ceilings at night – where they hunt down invertebrates. They can be much more approachable in these circumstances; however, they can give a good bite if given the opportunity. Care should be taken if handling them because their skin tears easily. This individual was photographed in Amazonian Peru, January 2019.
Amphisbaenia fuliginosa, Loreto, Peru, October 2019
Mata mata, Iquitos, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Mata mata, Iquitos, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Mata mata, Iquitos, Loreto, Peru, January 2019
Mesoclemys raniceps, Amazonian Toadheaded Turtle, January 2019
Mesoclemys raniceps, Amazonian Toadheaded Turtle, January 2019

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