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Herpetologist from Southwestern Connecticut. Also into butterflies, moths, and fungus.
ConnecticutLat: 41.6, Long: -73.09
This is true, technically. Although the status of H. chrysoscelis is poorly understood in New York state, and the current NY herp atlas is recording all gray treefrogs as versicolor until more studies are done.
This is a gray treefrog that has just transformed from a tadpole. Spring peepers are tan/goldish, with an X shaped marking on the back.
Definitely male and female Pine Grosbeak.
Amazing. Never heard of these before.
This is actually a Black (eastern) Ratsnake (Pantherophis alleghaniensis).
Agree with Eastern Box Turtle.
I agree with Brown Anole.
I agree. It's a female Black Swallowtail.
Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei). Super common in south Florida.
No problem. Cape Henlopen is a nice place. There are Hognose Snakes there, too.