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Preservationist and herpetofauna enthusiast. Currently working on my MS in Integrative Biology.
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Looks like a dragonfly larva...
I love seeing them as well!! They are so beautiful and always fun to find for sure!!
Thank you Marta! These guys are always very exciting to find. It is relatively easy to find them in their larval stage, but much harder once they are juveniles/adults!!
Incredible spotting and photos! Congratulations, well deserved SOTD!!!
Thank you PucaK for the ID! Looks spot on, just sad it is not a native!
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!