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Cobra-Rateira-Cinzenta (Pantherophis spiloides)

Observador

nacairns

Data

Junho 2012

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Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

isaacthelord

Data

Abril 2024

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f_fleming-ochoverde

Data

Julho 14, 2022 07:36 AM EDT

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Aligátor-Americano (Alligator mississippiensis)

Observador

impalu

Data

Março 31, 2023 11:15 AM EDT

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Aligátor-Americano (Alligator mississippiensis)

Observador

isaacthelord

Data

Novembro 2023

Descrição

A large (10ft+) Burmese python being attacked by an alligator.

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Aligátor-Americano (Alligator mississippiensis)

Observador

sandybauerschmidt

Data

Abril 13, 2024 03:05 PM EDT

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Aligátor-Americano (Alligator mississippiensis)

Observador

alex_abair

Data

Abril 24, 2024 04:50 PM EDT

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Observador

beto

Data

Abril 2019

Lugar

Colombia (Google, OSM)

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Observador

wirleyalmeida

Data

Novembro 15, 2015 04:06 PM -02

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j_albright

Data

Maio 4, 2024 09:59 AM EDT

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Aligátor-Americano (Alligator mississippiensis)

Observador

brittanymmason

Data

Maio 12, 2024 07:04 AM EDT

Descrição

This alligator has a catfish stuck to the roof of its mouth. It's apparently been like this for a day according to some photographers I met.

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Cobra-d'Água-Do-Norte (Nerodia sipedon)

Observador

joshua_rains

Data

Maio 13, 2024 01:15 PM EDT

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nickmesa

Data

Abril 2024

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Tartaruga-Almiscarada (Sternotherus odoratus)

Observador

funnystuff2495

Data

Abril 25, 2024 02:22 PM EDT

Etiquetas

t, TPWMA

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muckle

Data

Abril 9, 2024 03:01 PM CDT

Descrição

Wild albino

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Tartaruga-de-Orelhas-Vermelhas (Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans)

Observador

edhass

Data

Abril 18, 2024 12:38 PM EDT

Descrição

Red-eared Slider

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Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

dominic

Data

Abril 2024

Descrição

I thought this was so cool! I very rarely get to see the two species side by side.

This observation is for the one lucifuga on the left.

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Cobra-Liga-Comum (Thamnophis sirtalis)

Observador

chaseg03

Data

Abril 17, 2024 12:52 PM EDT

Descrição

Looks to be consuming a toad. Odd sight this time of day

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nindustla

Data

Abril 9, 2024 02:52 PM CDT

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Tartaruga-Mordedora (Chelydra serpentina)

Observador

gibbous

Data

Abril 1, 2024 09:13 PM EDT

Descrição

Taking advantage of the toads breeding with the onset of warm weather. Was swimming around with the toad in its mouth for at least 10 minutes, before evantually take 2 to swallow it down. The surrounding toads seemed unbothered and continued to call.

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Lagarto-de-Mancha-Lateral-Ocidental (Uta stansburiana ssp. elegans)

Observador

jonhakim

Data

Setembro 2009

Descrição

Just your typical Uta with no scales.

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sullivanribbit

Data

Agosto 11, 2010

Descrição

This appears to be a tiny baby albino Anolis capito. It was perched on the metal handrail of a trail fence at Arenal Volcano National Park.

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Observador

twanleenders

Data

Janeiro 2005

Lugar

Privado

Descrição

Fila Chonta population on privately owned preserve. I have been monitoring this population since 2004. The available suitable habitat is small (approximately 600m of riparian habitat), steep and difficult to access. Thus far 22 unique individuals have been identified, including three juveniles and a gravid female - indicating that successful reproduction takes place still. Bd is present in the area, in Atelopus varius and in sympatric amphibians but the surviving Atelopus appear to be healthy.

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Tartaruga-de-Casco-Mole-Espinhosa (Apalone spinifera)

Observador

brandonjjohnson

Data

Março 23, 2024 10:43 AM CDT

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Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

hcsorfs

Data

Março 23, 2024 04:01 PM EDT

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Veado-da-Virgínia (Odocoileus virginianus)

Observador

professorpark

Data

Março 4, 2019 05:35 PM EST

Descrição

Leucistic female

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Perereca-Verde-Americana (Hyla cinerea)

Observador

judygva

Data

Setembro 23, 2021 02:12 PM EDT

Descrição

with blue pigment

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Perereca-Verde-Americana (Hyla cinerea)

Observador

judygva

Data

Maio 28, 2022 01:40 PM EDT

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Tartaruga-de-Caixa-Oriental (Terrapene carolina ssp. carolina)

Observador

judygva

Data

Agosto 2020

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Sapo-Do-Sul (Anaxyrus terrestris)

Observador

judygva

Data

Maio 22, 2014 10:00 AM EDT

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Sapo-de-Espora-Oriental (Scaphiopus holbrookii)

Observador

jp_touchette

Data

Março 26, 2023 08:12 PM EDT

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kaysea10

Data

Agosto 18, 2023 04:01 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

Observador

william_deml

Data

Dezembro 17, 2002 12:00 AM EST

Descrição

As my 1000th observation submitted to iNaturalist, here is something a little different and unusual from my archives.

My colleagues and I took this photograph of an actual original and unique X-Ray (physical "hard copy") film made in the Emergency Room of the University hospital in which I worked night shifts back in 2002. It was the regional center for medical treatment of snake bites in north central Florida.

This snake had bitten someone late at night, roughly in the vicinity of Cross Creek, southeast of Gainesville, as I remember, and the snake was killed and brought to the E.R. as proof of the species of poisonous snake that had inflicted the bite, for antivenom administration purposes. There were a couple different types of antivenom then, and they usually took a little time to reconstitute or prepare. All pit vipers in Florida inject similar venom when they bite, but it is different from that of the Coral Snake for instance, which is North America's only native Cobra. Having the actual body of the snake delivered to the E.R. is not absolutely necessary of course, but it does insure correct identification as to species, for whatever that may be worth, at the time, and in later analysis.

While identifying a snake from an X-Ray photograph may be a little unusual, it is not so difficult in this case as some might imagine. After all, here is a very large Pit Viper, totally without tail rattles, in Alachua County Florida.

Just how big was it? Coiled up as you see, it almost doesn't fit on a piece of film that was 11 by 14 inches in size. The snake's head, distorted a bit by the trauma of its demise, alone is nearly 3 inches long, measured directly on the film itself. The snake's coiled body, head to tail, can be measured on the original film by laying a piece of string on the image, tracing the course of the backbone. At 58 inches, or 4 feet 10 inches (147 centimeters) then, this a pretty large snake as Water Moccasins go.

What's more, one of the reasons we X-rayed it at all was that it had clearly recently eaten something. It had a large bulge in it's stomach, down about a third of it's body length, just past its air-filled lungs that are visible on the film as well defined darker shapes. We found the bulge was a big fish with a large blunt bony head, very visible swim bladder, which we took to be a catfish, though we lacked an Ichthyologist amongst the E.R. staff of course. I can follow the fish's spine for quite a ways in the image, but lose it somewhere along the snake's lung in the extreme right of the picture. We did not, in any case dissect the snake in the E.R. Nor did we weigh it, unfortunately. For all I know, the patient, who survived with the help of our treatment, took the dead snake and its last meal home with him when he was discharged.

The Technician that made the actual exposure for us on film, at my request, wrote the details of the exposure for future reference on the film itself, which, though the film suffered damage when it was stolen from my vehicle inside a locked briefcase and dumped out in a back alley and further mistreated both by the thieves and the weather, I can still read most of what he wrote with a "magic marker":
"40(or 46) MA
1 MAS
56 KV"
Are there any X-Ray Tech's out there who can confirm that that is in fact a good exposure for a big dead snake?

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What

Cobra-Rei (Lampropeltis getula)

Observador

simonsr35

Data

Junho 1974

Descrição

A typical Payne's Prairie eastern king snake. They were common 50 years ago, when the prairie had huge numbers of water loving snakes. Over a thousand snakes (mostly banded water snakes and Florida green water snakes) were often run over and killed on a given night in the summertime on the two major highways that cross the basin, and eventually the snake populations crashed. Now, there are far fewer water snakes and perhaps no king snakes at all.

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simonsr35

Data

Dezembro 10, 1972

Descrição

Abundant under rocks at high elevation.

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Tartaruga-de-Barriga-Vermelha-da-Florida (Pseudemys nelsoni)

Observador

hongji

Data

Fevereiro 4, 2024 02:30 PM EST

Fotos / Sons

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bird_shine

Data

Maio 2018

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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wouterbeukema

Data

Agosto 9, 2021 07:24 AM CST

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Rã-Dos-Bosques (Lithobates sylvaticus)

Observador

abner22

Descrição

Weird puffy individual

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Salamandra-de-Duas-Listras-Do-Sul (Eurycea cirrigera)

Observador

alexstach

Data

Janeiro 2024

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Mabuia-Marronzinha (Scincella lateralis)

Observador

alexstach

Data

Dezembro 2023

Fotos / Sons

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Sucuri-Amarela (Eunectes notaeus)

Observador

aguaraguazu

Data

Janeiro 2024

Fotos / Sons

Observador

vincentpremel

Data

Junho 30, 2023 01:44 AM -03

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Sucuri-Pintada (Eunectes deschauenseei)

Observador

vincentpremel

Data

Abril 21, 2023 05:08 PM -03

Descrição

First record for inaturalist

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Ameiva-de-Quatro-Linhas (Holcosus quadrilineatus)

Observador

zygy

Data

Janeiro 24, 2024 01:56 PM CST

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Tartaruga-de-Orelhas-Vermelhas (Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans)

Observador

kwokwokwo

Data

Novembro 20, 2023 11:00 AM HKT

Fotos / Sons

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korinnem

Data

Dezembro 4, 2022 07:41 PM AEDT

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Tartaruga-Mordedora (Chelydra serpentina)

Observador

cjb42

Data

Setembro 2, 2023 12:50 PM EDT

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cceball17

Data

Janeiro 28, 2024 11:46 AM EST

Descrição

Three stripes down the carapace, lines on face, relatively small size, webbed feet

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hutan123

Data

Janeiro 2024

Descrição

Wild caught individuals being raised by a local. Hopefully they will be well cared for and eventually released.

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Cobra-d'Água-Verde-da-Flórida (Nerodia floridana)

Observador

denniskent

Data

Julho 1983

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Lagarto-Espinhoso-Das-Fendas (Sceloporus poinsettii)

Observador

jakescott

Data

Agosto 2014

Descrição

Out of the hundreds of these I've seen, this was the reddest individual I've ever seen.

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antho2005

Data

Janeiro 19, 2024 02:29 PM CST

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Cascavel-Diamante-Oriental (Crotalus adamanteus)

Observador

robvanepps

Data

Abril 2019

Descrição

Private property - location obscured, but even actual pin is intentionally a bit inaccurate (county is correct).

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Tartaruga-de-Caixa-de-Yucatán (Terrapene carolina ssp. yucatana)

Observador

danielcorreia

Data

Dezembro 2023

Descrição

eating a dead white winged dove.

Fotos / Sons

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dbond

Data

Dezembro 2023

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anneoftheforest

Data

Julho 2023

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Perereca-Ladradora (Hyla gratiosa)

Observador

rickowen

Data

Abril 15, 2004 08:14 PM EDT

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kcthetc1

Data

Dezembro 3, 2023 05:34 PM EST

Fotos / Sons

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dtread1

Data

Outubro 13, 2023 04:22 PM EDT

Descrição

Pine Lake. Both turtles are Northern Red-bellied Cooters. The smaller one is a juvenile.

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Observador

palustrisbotany

Data

Dezembro 2023

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Fotos / Sons

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adsciteacher

Data

Dezembro 2023

Fotos / Sons

Observador

robert_thibault

Data

Abril 2018

Descrição

Rajasthan Inde
Keoladeo NP

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What

Tartaruga-de-Casco-Mole-Americana (Apalone ferox)

Observador

galloots13

Data

Novembro 29, 2023 11:35 AM EST

Descrição

softshell turtle was caught and gator grabbed it - watched it come right out of the water

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Tartaruga-de-Caixa-Oriental (Terrapene carolina ssp. carolina)

Observador

hcoste

Data

Setembro 2023

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Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

anothca

Data

Outubro 14, 2008

Descrição

Partially amelanistic individual; found in twilight zone of cave.

Fotos / Sons

Observador

setibarbara

Data

Maio 2022

Descrição

cottonmouth snake stalking a softshell turtle

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What

Rã-Grilo-Costeira (Acris crepitans)

Observador

syrherp

Data

Outubro 28, 2023 02:38 PM CDT

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Observador

greglasley

Data

Março 25, 1993

Descrição

I was leading a birdwatching trip through the mountains just below the cloud forest at El Triunfo, Chiapas, Mexico. We were near a location known as Canyon Honda when this green pit viper was found coiled on a small limb along the trail. I had seen this species in this area once before, in 1987 and I have one poor quality slide of that animal as well. This location is at an elevation of ca. 1530 meters. This animal was identified from my photos by herpetologist Dr. Jon Campbell of the University of Texas at Arlington a number of years ago. It was formerly known as Bothrops ornatus I believe. In 1987, I was able to visit personally with Dr. Miguel Alvarez del Toro, a noted Mexican herpetologist, who identified my 1987 observation as that species.

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raultrujillotovar5

Data

Abril 26, 2019 09:43 AM HST

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daniel_garza_tobon

Data

Setembro 26, 2020 12:26 PM PDT

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adambean

Data

Junho 16, 2023 12:21 PM EDT

Descrição

Attempting predation of larval Pseudotriton ruber (it was struggling to handle it and kept getting washed downstream).

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Jabuti-Tinga (Chelonoidis denticulatus)

Observador

rogerriodias

Data

Outubro 2023

Descrição

Espécie reintroduzida

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Tartaruga-de-Orelhas-Vermelhas (Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans)

Observador

salamander9505

Data

Outubro 6, 2023 01:27 PM CDT

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What

Tartaruga-Mordedora (Chelydra serpentina)

Observador

jmack22

Data

Agosto 5, 2023 03:00 PM EDT

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karina78145

Data

Setembro 16, 2023

Descrição

Se observan dos especies la Coral (Micrurus Nigrocinctus) depredando una Corredora panza de salmón (Mastigodryas melanolomus)

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Observador

franksfieldguide

Data

Setembro 2, 2023 11:42 AM EDT

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What

Tartaruga-Mordedora (Chelydra serpentina)

Observador

birdnfish

Data

Junho 2023

Lugar

Privado

Fotos / Sons

What

Tartaruga-Gigante-de-Aldabra (Aldabrachelys gigantea)

Observador

rafi1

Data

Maio 2021

Lugar

Missing Location

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Observador

andrewscarpulla

Data

Maio 2017

Descrição

Mudsnake eating a two-toed amphiuma. This observation is for the mudsnake. Once in a lifetime observation.

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cheryl47

Data

Agosto 29, 2023 02:55 PM EDT

Descrição

Spotted coachwhip with young gopher tortoise in its mouth. Took one more step and coachwhip took off, dropping gopher tortoise. Cleaned up tortoise and let it go at a little distance after consulting with professional rehabber.

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What

Tartaruga-Mordedora (Chelydra serpentina)

Observador

daswamp

Data

Setembro 7, 2023 09:26 AM EDT

Fotos / Sons

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berensbugsnbeast

Data

Setembro 2023

Fotos / Sons

Observador

franksfieldguide

Data

Outubro 17, 2019 09:52 AM EDT

Fotos / Sons

Observador

scottphillipg

Data

Agosto 2023

Descrição

Recently encountered remnant individual on the Bolson Tortoise Appleton translocation program. Found in the road at 4:05 pm on Audubon's Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch (PRIVATE) property with permission. The following week we encountered Borderlands Program Coordinator/researcher Myles Traphagen attempting to relocate it. Contact him for details about updated research initiatives!

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Observador

deanthompson

Data

Agosto 11, 2023 02:56 PM CST

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What

Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

syrherp

Data

Março 28, 2022 03:46 PM CDT

Fotos / Sons

What

Salamandra-Das-Cavernas (Eurycea lucifuga)

Observador

jakescott

Data

Maio 2011

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Data

Julho 18, 2021 11:10 AM EDT

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captainjack0000

Data

Julho 2023

Fotos / Sons

What

Cobra-Fita-Oriental (Thamnophis saurita)

Observador

btwomey

Data

Julho 29, 2023 12:33 PM EDT

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horaciotserrano

Data

Setembro 2022

Descrição

Nueva ubicación de Sibon lamari en Turrialba

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Observador

johngrego

Data

Julho 15, 2023 11:17 AM EDT

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Observador

presto84

Data

Setembro 3, 2018 01:08 PM CST

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What

Cobra-d'Água-Listrada (Nerodia fasciata)

Observador

stilosoma

Data

Julho 2021

Fotos / Sons

Observador

johnserrao

Data

Maio 2023

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What

Rã-Grilo-da-Flórida (Acris gryllus)

Observador

scincus

Data

Maio 19, 2023 11:21 PM EDT

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Observador

sam_blue

Data

Março 2023

Descrição

DOR
00022
Sp
Platters
Platter 3

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What

Tartaruga-de-Caixa-de-Três-Dedos (Terrapene carolina ssp. triunguis)

Observador

badger8181

Data

Maio 2023

Fotos / Sons

What

Tartaruga-de-Caixa-da-Flórida (Terrapene carolina ssp. bauri)

Observador

aspen_mahan

Data

Abril 2023