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jansonjones

jansonjones

A lover of wildlife, ecology, and evolution. Lived in Oklahoma, Alaska, and Georgia, but now back home in my beloved Florida.

Ormond Beach, FloridaLat: 30.83, Long: -83.28

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jansonjones House Gecko
House Gecko commented on by jansonjones Valdosta, Georgia, USAa month ago

Most awesome, but this looks like H. turcicus, the Mediterranean gecko. Very common in patches around Valdosta and southern Georgia. Note the bumps on the body. That's indicative toward turcicus. A hardy little invasive species!

jansonjones Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by jansonjones Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico6 months ago

I agree with Scott. As best I can tell, this sure does look like A. cristatellus -- the Puerto Rican crested anole.

jansonjones Scarlet kingsnake
Scarlet kingsnake commented on by jansonjones Florida, USA6 months ago

This is fantastic, Peter. I'm catching up on pNoah and the Digital 'verse. What a pleasant find! Just gorgeous.

jansonjones Salt Marsh Cicada
Salt Marsh Cicada commented on by jansonjones Florida, USA9 months ago

Thanks, Leuba! I adore the annual cicadas!

jansonjones Florida scrub lizard
Florida scrub lizard commented on by jansonjones Florida, USA9 months ago

I want.

jansonjones Great Horned Owl
Great Horned Owl commented on by jansonjones Florida, USA10 months ago

I think we need to schedule an outing. Soon!

jansonjones Morning Glory - Heavenly Blue
Morning Glory - Heavenly Blue commented on by jansonjones Neptune Township, New Jersey, USA10 months ago

Lynn, these are lovely shots! I'm relatively new to the Ipomoea world (by about 4.5 days), and they're images like these that make me want to learn more about them. There's such beauty to be seen here. It reminds me of the grace we can find in flowering plants, as well as their remarkable adaptations. You, Lynn, make me want to learn more! Thanks!

jansonjones Ogrefaced Spider
Ogrefaced Spider commented on by jansonjones Ormond Beach, Florida, USA11 months ago

Denise: it was more visible than most other webs, but the blue is no doubt exacerbated by both the flash and my headlamp. It wasn't glowing quite like this when I shot it, though it was still more visible than I'm used to. :)

jansonjones Earless Agama
Earless Agama commented on by jansonjones Jawa Barat, Indonesia11 months ago

This is fantastic, Jason!

jansonjones Twilight darner
Twilight darner commented on by jansonjones Florida, USA11 months ago

Man, that's a lovely darner.