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RosaJessen

RosaJessen

I am from Peru and I am completing my Masters in Wildlife Conservation.

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RosaJessen Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

Yes, Aloes originated in Africa. I thought maybe some kind of agave?

RosaJessen Deidamia Morpho
Deidamia Morpho commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

Thank you!!! It was really hard to tell with the details with the picture I had. I think you are right, it is is Morpho deidamia. The individuals I had seen during the day were Giant Blue Morphos. Well, it is so hard to keep up with them in the jungle, they are not that fast but they never stop flying, at least not when you want a picture of them ;)

RosaJessen Unicorn katydid
Unicorn katydid commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

Si, muerden muy fuerte! y sus colores son increibles.

RosaJessen Carolina Chickadee
Carolina Chickadee commented on by RosaJessen Texas, USA9 years ago

Probably not :p

RosaJessen Yellow Warbler
Yellow Warbler commented on by RosaJessen Texas, USA9 years ago

Yes, I was mist netting for Black-capped Vireos but we usually get other birds on the net and we put USFWS metal bands on most of the birds we catch.

RosaJessen Rain frog
Rain frog commented on by RosaJessen Iquitos, Peru9 years ago

Cool! I looked at pictures and I think you are right. Thanks for your help!!!

RosaJessen Whiskered Auklet
Whiskered Auklet commented on by RosaJessen Russian Federation9 years ago

Beautiful!!

RosaJessen Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

It was about 5 or 6cm long and I found it in Varzea forest. It is in the rainforest so it is very dark, the canopy is very thick. There are usually a lot of these guys on the ground but not many make it. This picture was taken by the Tahuayo river in Peru. The Tahuayo river is a tributary of the Amazon river.

RosaJessen White-barred Lady Slipper
White-barred Lady Slipper commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

Thanks for all your help!

RosaJessen Aquatic coral snake
Aquatic coral snake commented on by RosaJessen Peru9 years ago

Thanks! I had already added it unless it is a different mission that Animals with Warning Colors.

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