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Stephen W Lac Alaotra Bamboo Lemur
Lac Alaotra Bamboo Lemur commented on by Stephen W Atsinanana, Madagascar3 years ago

I feel super privileged to have seen this Lemur in the wild. I have many more images on my link.

Stephen W Lac Alaotra Bamboo Lemur
Lac Alaotra Bamboo Lemur commented on by Stephen W Atsinanana, Madagascar3 years ago

I could only type in Alaotra on the map anyway as I used my iPhone to upload the spotting. So the Location won't be precise

Stephen W Leopard Moth
Leopard Moth commented on by Stephen W Foz do Iguaçu, PR, Brazil6 years ago

Thanks for the link Cris. It Looks a match

Stephen W Jaguar
Jaguar commented on by Stephen W MT, Brazil6 years ago

The above male Jaguar is named Peter Schmidt. As part of an ongoing research program anyone who finds and photographs a new Jaguar gets naming rights.

Stephen W Jaguar
Jaguar commented on by Stephen W MT, Brazil6 years ago

The above Jaguar is named Patricia. As part of an ongoing research program anyone who finds and photographs a new Jaguar gets naming rights.

Stephen W Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Stephen W Sabah, Malaysia6 years ago

Sadly not. I'll know for next time to take more photos from different angles for a better chance of Identification . My Fungi ID skills are zero :-)

Stephen W Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Stephen W Sabah, Malaysia6 years ago

From Memory it's about 10cm tall and growing in mud

Stephen W Triangle Keelback
Triangle Keelback commented on by Stephen W Sabah, Malaysia6 years ago

Thanks for the ID NuwanChathuranga

Stephen W Horsfield's tarsier
Horsfield's tarsier commented on by Stephen W Sabah, Malaysia6 years ago

None of my spottings are taken in Zoos. I found the Tarsier whilst spotlighting on a night walk in Sepilok. They're normally around eye level in height from the ground which is great for photography. As long as you hold a light on a Tarsier they'll normally stay in the same place until you take the light away.

Stephen W Fiery-throated hummingbird
Fiery-throated hummingbird commented on by Stephen W Cartago, Costa Rica7 years ago

These photos are stunning Marta.

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