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John G. Phillips

John G. Phillips

Started a MS last fall at UTulsa working on molecular ecology of caudates, previously worked on anoles. Also interested in snake evolution.

Tulsa, OK

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John G. Phillips Toad
Toad commented on by John G. Phillips Raleigh, North Carolina, USA3 years ago

These photos are of different species. You might want to submit as seperate spottings.

John G. Phillips Wandering Spider
Wandering Spider commented on by John G. Phillips Río San Juan, Nicaragua3 years ago

Cool, thanks. I like your ID better. Bit of a blast from the past!

John G. Phillips Terrestrial Flatworm
Terrestrial Flatworm commented on by John G. Phillips Puntarenas, Costa Rica5 years ago

Yes, see the title? Apologies for not changing the caption previously.

John G. Phillips Eurycotis Cockroach + Leafhopper
Eurycotis Cockroach + Leafhopper commented on by John G. Phillips Puntarenas, Costa Rica6 years ago

Thanks, Mr. Goldfish.

John G. Phillips Black River Turtle
Black River Turtle commented on by John G. Phillips Costa Rica7 years ago

I wouldn't worry Sergio, this species is widespread throughout lower Central America

John G. Phillips Pink-tipped Satyr
Pink-tipped Satyr commented on by John G. Phillips Costa Rica7 years ago

Thanks for the help!

John G. Phillips Praying Mantis
Praying Mantis commented on by John G. Phillips Río San Juan, Nicaragua7 years ago

Thanks!!

John G. Phillips Orange Kneed Tarantula
Orange Kneed Tarantula commented on by John G. Phillips Puntarenas, Costa Rica7 years ago

Yes, it is in the reserve.

John G. Phillips Orange Kneed Tarantula
Orange Kneed Tarantula commented on by John G. Phillips Puntarenas, Costa Rica7 years ago

Yes Todd, Monteverde. Also, the species you suggested is the same as what it is already ID'ed as. Did you mean to put that? Also, thanks Gilma!

John G. Phillips Eurycotis Cockroach + Leafhopper
Eurycotis Cockroach + Leafhopper commented on by John G. Phillips Puntarenas, Costa Rica7 years ago

Not sure on that one...looks similar, but B. orientalis is a household pest, and this spotting occurred in the middle of the jungle, some distance from any significant civilization...

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