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Hooded Crow Corvus cornix

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hoaryherper

Date

July 29, 2019 08:19 AM EDT

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Eurasian Jackdaw Corvus monedula

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 22, 2019 01:49 AM EDT

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Eastern Garter Snake Thamnophis sirtalis ssp. sirtalis

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

April 9, 2019 02:27 PM EDT

Description

Warm, humid, overcast. Basking in backyard, digesting recent meal. This "pattern morph" is so unusual for this area, that it gave me pause.

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Arrow-leaved Marigold Caltha sagittata

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hoaryherper

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November 29, 2013 06:39 AM EST

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November 30, 2013 07:54 AM EST
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Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

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hoaryherper

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November 29, 2013 02:18 PM EST

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Prickly Heath Gaultheria mucronata

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hoaryherper

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November 29, 2013 02:15 PM EST

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Chilean Fire Bush Embothrium coccineum

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hoaryherper

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November 29, 2013 02:19 PM EST

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Darwin's Fungus Cyttaria darwinii

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hoaryherper

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November 25, 2013 02:11 PM EST

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Streaked Maiden Olsynium biflorum

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hoaryherper

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December 2, 2013 10:03 AM EST

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Blue Jacaranda Jacaranda mimosifolia

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hoaryherper

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November 21, 2013 08:21 AM EST

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Squirrel Tree Frog Hyla squirella

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

September 29, 2018 10:42 AM ADT

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Black Spiny-tailed Iguana Ctenosaura similis

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 26, 1969

Description

From 8/25 to 8/27, on Providencia, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected nine specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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hoaryherper

Date

August 26, 1969

Description

From 8/25 to 8/27, on Providencia, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected seven specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry. These seven were originally identified by me as C. lemniscatus

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Giant Ameiva Ameiva ameiva

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 26, 1969

Description

From 8/25 to 8/27, on Providencia, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Border Anole Anolis limifrons

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 1, 1969

Description

From 7/22 to 8/9, at La Selva, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected five specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Neotropical Green Anole Anolis biporcatus

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 1, 1969

Description

From 7/22 to 8/9, at La Selva, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected two specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Bighead Anole Anolis capito

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 1, 1969

Description

From 7/22 to 8/9, at La Selva, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Middle American Ameiva Holcosus festivus

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

August 1, 1969

Description

From 7/22 to 8/9, at La Selva, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry. This specimen was originally identified by me as Ameive festivus.

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Common Basilisk Basiliscus basiliscus

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 8, 1969

Description

From 7/1 to 7/16, near Canas, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Blackbelly Racerunner Aspidoscelis deppii

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 8, 1969

Description

From 7/1 to 7/16, near Canas, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry. This specimen was originally identified by me as Cnemidophorus deppii.

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Rose-bellied Lizard Sceloporus variabilis

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 8, 1969

Description

From 7/1 to 7/16, near Canas, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected one specimen for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Copper Anole Anolis cupreus

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 8, 1969

Description

From 7/1 to 7/16, near Canas, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected four specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry.

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Rainbow Ameiva Holcosus undulatus

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 8, 1969

Description

From 7/1 to 7/16, near Canas, while participating in a three-month Organization for Tropical Studies field course, I collected eight specimens for a comparative study of reproductive strategies in tropical lizards. Preserved specimens were sent to U. of Michigan Zoology Museum, for positive id. Reproductive data for eleven different species will be up-loaded to a journal entry. These eight specimens were originally identified by me as Ameiva undulatus.

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Brown Trout Salmo trutta

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

November 27, 2013 09:15 AM EST

Description

looks pretty dark for a "sea run"; but it still had "sea lice" on it

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Black Crappie Pomoxis nigromaculatus

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hoaryherper

Date

February 25, 2015 11:20 AM EST

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Lake Dora

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Butterfly Peacock Bass Cichla ocellaris

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hoaryherper

Date

April 18, 2014 05:35 PM ADT

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in city park canal

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Suwannee Bass Micropterus notius

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

February 27, 2017 12:43 PM EST

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Chihuahuan Mountain Kingsnake Lampropeltis knoblochi

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

July 9, 2017 11:00 AM EDT

Description

This is the same specimen as posted by Elizard on 4/18/18--it was seen by both of us at the same time

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Northern Black Racer Coluber constrictor ssp. constrictor

Observer

hoaryherper

Date

September 2, 2003 12:22 AM EDT
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