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Tukup

Tukup

34 years in the Amazon. My specialty is herpetofauna having handled, catalogued and photographed over 5,200 snakes in 80+ species.

Lat: -2.15, Long: -77.69 Makuma, Morona Santiago, Ecuador, South America

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Tukup Shield Mantis
Shield Mantis commented on by Tukup Morona-Santiago, Ecuador2 days ago

Thanks Maria. Please feel free to share.

Tukup Shield Mantis
Shield Mantis commented on by Tukup Morona-Santiago, Ecuador3 days ago

Thanks Leuba. It remains my most unexpected wildlife pose.

Tukup Shield Mantis
Shield Mantis commented on by Tukup Morona-Santiago, Ecuador4 days ago

Thanks Neil. I've seen a lot of mantids but never a display like this one. Very cool.

Tukup Snow Leopard
Snow Leopard commented on by Tukup Kiber Khas, Himachal Pradesh, India4 days ago

Congratulations Vipul. Terrific shot.

Tukup Shield Mantis
Shield Mantis commented on by Tukup Morona-Santiago, Ecuador4 days ago

Thanks Watson5. In quarantine for Covid-19 with no internet so just seeing this. I saw today this was nominated for SOTW. I've never had one of those.

Tukup Honey locust moth
Honey locust moth commented on by Tukup Lake Dallas, Texas, United Statesa month ago

Cool spotting Ornithoptera. And good notes too. Thanks for sharing.

Tukup Common Snapping Turtle
Common Snapping Turtle commented on by Tukup Oakfield, New York, United Statesa month ago

Cool. I used to see way too many of these bad boys killed on midwestern roads trying to cross to greener pastures. Thanks DeathShadeSally.

Tukup American Goldfinch
American Goldfinch commented on by Tukup Albion, New York, United Statesa month ago

The state bird of my home state, Iowa and 2 others. Thanks Sally.

Tukup Wood Frog
Wood Frog commented on by Tukup Middleport, New York, United Statesa month ago

Cool that she was full of eggs. If you would accept a little help from someone who learned late and had to go back and change about 100 spottings :-) When you put the scientific name the Genus is always capitalized and the species is always lower case (ex: Lithobates sylvaticus). Where I messed up, and many long-time posters still mess up, is in the Habitat. Don't put what Wikipedia or whatever source says. We can get that from any links you put in the Reference Bod. Put where you found yours, for example, on a leaf along the edge of a stream or in a local marshy area. You only have a few postings to correct and you've got everything else right. As I said, I had to redo over 100 ☹ . I look forward to more of your spottings. Your pictures have great detail. Well done.

Tukup American Bullfrog
American Bullfrog commented on by Tukup Middleport, New York, United Statesa month ago

Again, great detail. Thanks DeathShadeSally.

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