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Mandy Hollman

Mandy Hollman

PhD student in New Testament, at Emory University.

Livermore, CA

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Mandy Hollman Sea Urchin Carrying Crab
Sea Urchin Carrying Crab commented on by Mandy Hollman Batangas, Philippines7 years ago

Wow! Awesome spotting; symbiotic relationships are the coolest. Congrats on SOTD. 😃

Mandy Hollman Green Heron
Green Heron commented on by Mandy Hollman Palm Desert, California, USA7 years ago

Thanks for the info! I had no idea they could use tools. Amazing!

Mandy Hollman Mother Tarantula
Mother Tarantula commented on by Mandy Hollman Puntarenas, Costa Rica8 years ago

cool!

Mandy Hollman Leopard Cat
Leopard Cat commented on by Mandy Hollman Sabah, Malaysia8 years ago

Beautiful!!!
You are so lucky to have seen this amazing cat. Thanks for sharing :)

Mandy Hollman Ilia Underwing Caterpillar
Ilia Underwing Caterpillar commented on by Mandy Hollman Georgia, USA8 years ago

Wow, thank you!!! :)

Mandy Hollman Atlas moth
Atlas moth commented on by Mandy Hollman Assam, India9 years ago

Beautiful! Saturniid moths are amazing.

Mandy Hollman Red Foxes
Red Foxes commented on by Mandy Hollman California, USA9 years ago

Thanks :). I felt so lucky to see them!

Mandy Hollman Red wing black bird
Red wing black bird commented on by Mandy Hollman Lino Lakes, Minnesota, USA9 years ago

Cool! I didn't know what Redwing Blackbird eggs looked like.

Mandy Hollman Green Frog
Green Frog commented on by Mandy Hollman South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Gorgeous frog, and nice photos :)

Mandy Hollman Green Frog
Green Frog commented on by Mandy Hollman South Carolina, USA9 years ago

If that is a Green Frog (I could be wrong), then I think it's a female.
From Wiki: "The sexes are sexually dimorphic in a few ways: mature females are typically larger than males, the male tympanum is twice the diameter of the eye, whereas in females, the tympanum diameter is about the same as that of the eye, and males have bright yellow throats."

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