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Víbora-cascabel Pigmea-Norteña (Sistrurus catenatus)

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shannontaylor_

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Mayo 2024

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threepogonias

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Mayo 2024

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Mojarra Listada (Enneacanthus obesus)

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koaw

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Octubre 4, 2022 a las 12:44 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Marshy habitat. Released after photo.

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dryopteris2

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Junio 18, 2021 a las 01:55 TARDE EDT

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Culebra Panza Roja (Storeria occipitomaculata)

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Mayo 3, 2020 a las 02:21 TARDE EDT

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man4nature

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

Lifer! Common species I know but I still may or may not have done a victory dance on the road lol (hey a lifer is a lifer no matter how common). Didn't really get good pics on account of rain and traffic but nbd next time! I definitely agree with people who say they're more like queen snakes than watersnakes, and they're now my new favorite nerodia lol.

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shreyes

Fecha

Abril 2024

Descripción

LIFER! literally no words, this has to be the rarest snake in the piedmont of North Carolina. Yep! This sighting was in the piedmont of NC! went herping with a buddy, hiked many long hours inside a huge marsh/swamp habitat, not a single snake. We reached the edge of an agricultural field with a nice slow water marsh, and we found this mudsnake at the surface of the water just chilling near the base of a half submerged fallen tree.

this is not what I expected to find at all, not only that but this snake was massive! 3+ feet. I would have never guessed to have found a mudsnake today and a true “lemon head”.

This snake proved to be the hardest to photograph I’ve ever encountered! They cannot sit still and any cover placed on them they will push until it is moved. I also noticed an unusual defense mechanism where this snake used its tails to move as if the tail was its head. Its head sat still while the tail “creeped” around the ground imitating a snake searching the ground/water. I’m not sure if they are known to do this, either way I am super happy with only one snake this week and it’s the rarest around here!

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shreyes

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Mayo 17, 2024 a las 05:09 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Flipped in some burnt forest!

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shreyes

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Mayo 18, 2024 a las 03:47 TARDE EDT

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shreyes

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Mayo 17, 2024 a las 04:15 TARDE EDT

Descripción

5ish feet long!

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Ratón de Patas Blancas (Peromyscus leucopus)

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shreyes

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Mayo 18, 2024 a las 04:47 TARDE EDT

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Culebra Verde Lisa (Opheodrys vernalis)

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curioussprout

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Julio 30, 2023 a las 05:05 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Requesting ID confirmation

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dwaynesabine

Fecha

Agosto 29, 2004

Descripción

Identification confirmed by J. Goltz from specimens.

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threepogonias

Fecha

Julio 2019

Descripción

edge of white pine stand by rich boreal wetland, with evidence of past wind-throw near the wetland margin

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dryopteris2

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Junio 18, 2021 a las 04:29 TARDE EDT

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Rana-de Coro del Pacífico (Pseudacris regilla)

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cobrien207

Fecha

Abril 2024

Descripción

This individual was on a semi trailer from Oregon. The truck was carrying evergreen shrubs and trees and broad leaved plants. They have been moved to captivity.

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ericalboucher

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Mayo 21, 2024 a las 06:48 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Pubescent perigynia with 2 teeth at the apex. Leaves smooth, hairless. Perigynia with numerous, conspicuous veins. Plants found growing in open, disturbed/previously logged very sandy soil.

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Anguila Americana (Anguilla rostrata)

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ericksonsmith

Fecha

Julio 2011

Descripción

Catch and release aquarium, specimens from Nantucket waters.

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Calamar Pálido (Doryteuthis pealeii)

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josiahmayo

Fecha

Julio 6, 2019 a las 06:47 TARDE EDT

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Tuna del Este (Opuntia cespitosa)

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kaomand

Fecha

Junio 30, 2022 a las 12:25 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Pale yellow flowered variant with pale orange centers. Only a few scattered plants with this pale coloration.

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Nopal del Este (Opuntia humifusa)

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wernerehl

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

Likely an older introduced population but growing wild for the last 60 years without cultivation and not previously documented. Found by and shown to me by Sara Quintal. This species is state-endangered though this population may not be protected under our regulations. Growing in a xeric setting with the expected associates.

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fluviatilis765

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Julio 22, 2023 a las 02:21 TARDE -04

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Manta Hocico de Vaca (Rhinoptera brasiliensis)

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jurubeba

Fecha

Agosto 2018

Lugar

Pará, BR (Google, OSM)

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Bufeo Negro (Sotalia fluviatilis)

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izaiasmirandajr

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Julio 22, 2023 a las 10:31 MAÑANA -04

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jeh_biologa

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Abril 13, 2015

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Sapito Panza Amarilla (Elachistocleis bicolor)

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rodrigofrazao

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Diciembre 20, 2022 a las 08:29 TARDE -04

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natthaphat

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Abril 7, 2024 a las 04:39 MAÑANA +07

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wolfgang_wuster

Fecha

Julio 1994

Lugar

Pará, BR (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Date is approximate

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cleo_lobato

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Diciembre 3, 2019 a las 11:25 TARDE -03

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Sapito Ninera del Vaupes (Allobates marchesianus)

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Febrero 3, 2023 a las 10:57 MAÑANA -03

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tyski

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Octubre 15, 2023 a las 07:07 TARDE -03

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Ranas Arlequín (Género Atelopus)

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rodrigo__tinoco

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Abril 2021

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Noviembre 18, 2023 a las 04:05 TARDE EST

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Sapo-toro Amazonico (Leptodactylus knudseni)

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whaldener_endo

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Marzo 4, 2007 a las 09:41 TARDE -04

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Tortuga Pecho Quebrado Escorpión (Kinosternon scorpioides)

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propernounhouse

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Junio 5, 2022 a las 12:52 TARDE CDT

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Trucha de Lago (Salvelinus namaycush)

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alonsomoreno

Fecha

Noviembre 29, 2020 a las 02:12 TARDE EST

Descripción

Went fishing with mike, caught a hog.

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Salmón del Atlantico (Salmo salar)

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packardr90

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Junio 1994

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Lamprea Marina (Petromyzon marinus)

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jllodra2

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Mayo 21, 2022 a las 12:45 TARDE EDT

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Umbra limi

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justin72

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Septiembre 10, 2023 a las 11:27 MAÑANA EDT

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Umbra limi

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paintchippa

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Agosto 5, 2021 a las 12:54 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Little population of these guys in the fort, not native but funny to see.

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Sardina Molleja (Dorosoma cepedianum)

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paintchippa

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Agosto 12, 2022 a las 11:24 MAÑANA EDT

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Umbra limi

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steinmannfamily

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Abril 8, 2019 a las 02:30 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Found in a marsh in Western Massachusetts.

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markprice

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Agosto 24, 2023 a las 06:15 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Hook and line lifer!

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Lucioperca Amarilla (Sander vitreus)

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emquirk37

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2020 a las 10:31 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Not captive. Passing thru Robert E. Barrett Fishway

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paticle

Fecha

Junio 2017

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damonsalveo

Fecha

Abril 2012

Lugar

Colombia (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Picture taken at night, 8 cm lenght.

Next 44 observations were made by a group of zoology students of the Universidad Nacional de Medellín. This place is called "Cerro el inglés" and belongs to Serrania de los paraguas. The locals have made a excelent work conserving this place.

More info:

https://www.facebook.com/Serraniagua

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team_ziggy

Fecha

Abril 17, 2022

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Víbora-cascabel Pigmea-Norteña (Sistrurus catenatus)

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rstanton13

Descripción

hell yeah

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Víbora-cascabel Pigmea-Norteña (Sistrurus catenatus)

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selasphorus

Descripción

a most excellent snake

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Rana Visón (Lithobates septentrionalis)

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cinnamon325

Fecha

Agosto 15, 2023 a las 10:27 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Lifer!! Very pretty individual and cool find, can confirm they smell like onions

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Tortuga China de Caparazón Blando (Pelodiscus sinensis)

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cinnamon325

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Agosto 11, 2023 a las 10:53 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Probable dump, first time I’ve seen one of the NYC softshells

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Rana Leopardo Norteña (Lithobates pipiens)

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cinnamon325

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Mayo 8, 2024 a las 04:12 TARDE EDT

Descripción

blue individual?? First time seeing an aberrant colored frog

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Salamandra Gigante Norteamericana (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis)

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cullen

Lugar

Privado

Descripción

Crawford County, PA

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bobbyfingers

Descripción

This is a HUGE female "Eastern" Hellbender (amusingly referred to as the "Snot-Otter" by local fishermen), at 27.5" (Record is 29"). After reading Bishop's seminal work "Handbook of Salamanders", my best friend/cousin/herper Pete and I decided to check out some historical records listed in the book. We decided to examine some old locality records in Delaware County, and were amazed to find a population still extant at this locale (observed a total of 4 individuals). Unfortunately, we noticed the water quality decreasing as we searched downstream, encountering several small factories pumping effluent directly into the river. I believe this had affected this population negatively even then, as we observed no sub-adults/juveniles, and all were apparently old adults. One specimen had an unusual, large, egg-shaped tumor/lesion on its tail, possibly related to the poor water quality. I often wonder as to the fate of this population of magnificent "Giant Salamanders", some thirty-odd years later.

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bobbyfingers

Fecha

Agosto 1986

Descripción

Everybody's heard of "Walking with Dinosaurs" - how about "Swimming with Salamanders"? haha! Part of an awesome field day with my cousin Pete 30-some years ago - found about 15 of these amazing creatures in all growth stages, saw Long-tailed Salamanders, Milksnakes, Wood Turtles - and even saved a beautiful black-phase Timber Rattler from a miserable fate at the hands of two trout fishermen (of the "only good snake is a dead snake" mentality!). Good times! Happy Valentine's Day to all the lovely Ladies of iNaturalist!

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aturner784

Fecha

Julio 2018

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abidingjedi

Descripción

Several individuals found foraging along the river bottom

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bobbyfingers

Descripción

One of 4 individuals of this amazing species observed while exploring a tributary of the Unadilla River. After reading Bishop's seminal work "Handbook of Salamanders", my best friend/cousin/fellow Herpetologist "Pete" (@jdanch) and I decided to check out some historical New York State records for C. alleghaniensis listed in the book, some dating back to the 1940's! We set out on a field trip to examine some old locality records from Delaware County, and were amazed to find a population still extant at one particular locale. Unfortunately we noticed a decrease in the water quality as we worked our way downstream, encountering several small factories pumping effluent directly into the river. I believe this had negatively impacted this population even prior to the 1980's, as we observed no subadults or juveniles, only the 4 large and apparently old adults (one being a "monster" female, only 2 inches shy of the 29 1/8" record specimen!) - despite the two of us having field experience with this species, and a thorough search of over a mile of potential habitat. One specimen had an unusual, large "egg-shaped" growth/lesion on the upper caudal region, a condition I suspect was related to the deteriorating water quality. Sadly, it has come to my knowledge that recent biological surveys at this location targeting this particular species have produced no additional observations of North America's very own magnificent "Giant Salamander".

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redeyedfrogger

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Mayo 2016

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keneyeam

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Julio 2019

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syrherp

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Julio 2016

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cbernz

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Mayo 2013

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im_outback

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Agosto 2020

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Salamandra Gigante Norteamericana (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis)

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im_outback

Fecha

Agosto 2020

Lugar

Privado

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tnnaturalist

Fecha

Junio 2003

Descripción

Taken on film and digitized 07/2021.

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dbond

Descripción

2nd specimen observed, larger and more orange in coloration.

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kyran2

Fecha

Octubre 2020

Descripción

Location not exact

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drewkanes

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squamatologist

Fecha

Junio 2012

Descripción

Hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis), Transylvania County, North Carolina

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muckin

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abriante

Fecha

Julio 2022

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efalquet

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

Granted permission to assist with surveying at a protected conservation site with direct supervision

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timhealy

Fecha

Agosto 2012

Descripción

Wild adult found at the end of a day of headstarting young Hellbenders with Kenneth Roblee, by far the largest of several individuals we encountered that evening. Measured (21 inches and 700 grams) and tagged before it was set free

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cctoot5686

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Junio 2023

Descripción

Juvenile approx 6 inches long

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hydrophilus

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jason81188

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Julio 2012

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abidingjedi

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Junio 2023

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Agosto 2013

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amccosham

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Septiembre 24, 2023 a las 12:58 TARDE EDT

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cinnamon325

Fecha

Mayo 2024

Descripción

holy fuck …. lifer and probably my best NY find yet!! Absolutely perfect adorable little seven-striped queen

✅ flip New York’s rarest snake

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rstanton13

Fecha

Mayo 2024

Descripción

Two individuals. Reported to DEC, as this is not one of the locations on their published maps. Seems to be a decent population, we found both within ~30 minutes in the same area.

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hydrophilus

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Junio 2022

Descripción

Finally! Too bad I couldn't get a shot of a male.

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sammakler

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Mayo 2023

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avnj

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Marzo 20, 2023 a las 01:03 TARDE EDT

Descripción

New NJ species documented :)

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avnj

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Octubre 4, 2023 a las 01:33 TARDE EDT

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Salamandra Primaveral (Gyrinophilus porphyriticus)

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fishbruh

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Mayo 22, 2021 a las 09:02 MAÑANA EDT

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marc_aurele

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Mayo 11, 2024 a las 11:50 MAÑANA EDT

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fishbruh

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Mayo 2022

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Rana Venenosa Verdinegra (Dendrobates auratus)

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fishbruh

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Marzo 9, 2024 a las 09:45 MAÑANA EST

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Falsa Coralillo Real Estadounidense (Lampropeltis getula)

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fishbruh

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Abril 2024

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mariannavw

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Mayo 2023

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Ajolote Atigrado (Ambystoma tigrinum)

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wildlander

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Enero 2024

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austinb

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Mayo 15, 2022 a las 02:52 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Not exact location

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Culebra Parda (Storeria dekayi)

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tinymoo

Fecha

Octubre 23, 2022 a las 05:39 TARDE EDT

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Fecha

Marzo 2024

Descripción

Found on Point Arguello, a bit over 2 inches in total length

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u_phantasticus

Fecha

Abril 2024

Descripción

In expected location

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Rana de Coro Occidental (Pseudacris triseriata)

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alexadinicola

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2023 a las 11:30 MAÑANA CDT

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Salamandra de Las Cuevas Dixie (Plethodon dixi)

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jonhakim

Fecha

Abril 2024

Descripción

Most mature of 6 salamanders seen in the area.

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Salamandra de Las Cuevas Dixie (Plethodon dixi)

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jonhakim

Fecha

Abril 2024

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Salamandra de Las Cuevas Dixie (Plethodon dixi)

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jonhakim

Fecha

Abril 2024