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Preservationist and herpetofauna enthusiast. Currently working on my MS in Integrative Biology.
Georgia, USALat: 32.16, Long: -82.91
Thank you! We are surveying the same sites daily for spotted salamander reproduction, so I am getting to watch the embryos as they grow. It is amazing and beautiful and I can't wait until they hatch!
I would say wood frog eggs!http://eol.org/pages/331212/overview
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.
Karen, it was offshore. I posted a photo of the actual island they were on.
Looks spot on... thanks Larry! And Thanks Maria!
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..
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 :)
Looks like she was in the process of digging out a nest to lay eggs in.
What a beauty! Nice find :)
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!