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JStreeter

JStreeter

Biology student at ULM. I'm interested in any field related studies such as Herpetology, Mammalogy, Ichthyology, etc.

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JStreeter American Bullfrog
American Bullfrog commented on by JStreeter Lafayette, Louisiana, USA9 years ago

I say bullfrog because from the picture I don't/can't see dorsolateral folds which a pig frog would have.

JStreeter Eastern Patch-nosed Snake
Eastern Patch-nosed Snake commented on by JStreeter San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico9 years ago

Its a Thamnophis sp. most likely, not sure which one.

JStreeter Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JStreeter Ocracoke, North Carolina, USA9 years ago

I would say Muskrat because its tail looks to be flattend where as Nutria (Myocaster coypus) have a more rounded tail, like that of a rat. This guy also looks to be about the same size as the chicken making him small where as nutria tend to be larger than a muskrat. :P

JStreeter Red eared slider
Red eared slider commented on by JStreeter Fresno, California, USA9 years ago

Thanks Mitch.

JStreeter Golden tree frog
Golden tree frog commented on by JStreeter Indonesia9 years ago

Ok, thanks! I was just curious. Still a nice picture tho!

JStreeter Golden tree frog
Golden tree frog commented on by JStreeter Indonesia9 years ago

Very cool. I know some chytrid fugus is wreaking havok on alot of amphibians but aren't these guys being hit especially hard?

JStreeter Northern Green Frog
Northern Green Frog commented on by JStreeter Spring Valley, New York, USA9 years ago

Welcome! NIce frog!

JStreeter Red eared slider
Red eared slider commented on by JStreeter Fresno, California, USA9 years ago

Red-Eared Sliders also do not always have red ears either, due to pigmentation issues or as some age, especially the males, they will become almost melanistic, its usally good to look at the plastrons as the Red-Eared Sliders have fairly distinct markins on them. Not saying these guys are Red ears just random info. :P

JStreeter Skink
Skink commented on by JStreeter Louisiana, USA9 years ago

It is either a Common Five-Lined Skink or a Broad-headed Skink, without counting the labial scales it is hard to know. Judging by his jaw size I would say Five-lined Skink.

JStreeter Eastern Narrow Mouthed Toad
Eastern Narrow Mouthed Toad commented on by JStreeter Louisiana, USA9 years ago

Good find!

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