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Preservationist and herpetofauna enthusiast. Currently working on my MS in Integrative Biology.

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marylou.wildlife Magnificent Frigatebird
Magnificent Frigatebird commented on by marylou.wildlife Belmopan, Cayo, Belize9 months ago

Yeah, unfortunately I did not get the GPS coordinates of many of the sites I visited in Belize, and the Map Search rarely picks up on those small islands. I think the location is pretty close now.

marylou.wildlife Magnificent Frigatebird
Magnificent Frigatebird commented on by marylou.wildlife Belmopan, Belize9 months ago

Karen, it was offshore. I posted a photo of the actual island they were on.

marylou.wildlife Mangrove Root Crab
Mangrove Root Crab commented on by marylou.wildlife Belmopan, Cayo, Belize9 months ago

Looks spot on... thanks Larry! And Thanks Maria!

marylou.wildlife Elegant Bronzeback
Elegant Bronzeback commented on by marylou.wildlife Malaysia10 months ago

Holy cow, that is one adorable snake! I may be partial to snakes but, I think that eyes of that proportion can make anything look way too cute for it's own good..

marylou.wildlife Eastern spadefoot
Eastern spadefoot commented on by marylou.wildlife Franklin, Tennessee, USA10 months ago

Nice spot, Karen! I love spadefoot toads. In my experience, they are one of the hardest anuran species to find (in GA, anyway). Also, they have one of my favorite calls :)

marylou.wildlife Common Snapping Turtle
Common Snapping Turtle commented on by marylou.wildlife Missouri, USA10 months ago

Looks like she was in the process of digging out a nest to lay eggs in.

marylou.wildlife Eastern Yellow Bellied Racer
Eastern Yellow Bellied Racer commented on by marylou.wildlife Colorado, USA10 months ago

What a beauty! Nice find :)

marylou.wildlife Little Wart Snake
Little Wart Snake commented on by marylou.wildlife Rizal, Philippinesa year ago

What a lucky find!! These snakes are amazing animals... and I hear they are not easy to come across. Congrats on the find and these incredible pictures you got!

marylou.wildlife Bluehead Wrasse
Bluehead Wrasse commented on by marylou.wildlife Belizea year ago

Maria, all wrasse species are born female. Wrasses are protogynous hermaphrodites, meaning females transition to male in the wild as harem conditions and space require. During transition, the females go through two primary phases... initial phase male and terminal phase male. At the terminal phase, a full transition has been completed and the fish is 100% male. Up until that point, they are in an initial phase. In a harem, they will only be one terminal phase male, which is essentially the alpha male.

marylou.wildlife Redback Coffee Snake
Redback Coffee Snake commented on by marylou.wildlife Belmopan, Cayo, Belizea year ago

Jones4, I'm guessing it was around 11-13 cm. It was probably the most delicate little snake I've ever held.