Not sure which species this is. The blue leg is caused by the absence of the foot past the ankle.
Tibiotarsal articulartion reaches beyond the rostrum, though admittedly it may have been performed incorrectly.
A large female.
Common in the forest.
A young individual. Found during a nightwalk, and recorded the following morning.
An unidentified species of Boophis frog in Montagne d'Ambre National Park, Madagascar.
Morphologically most similar to B. brachychir, but the blue iris is erroneous.
An unidentified pygmy frog. Pitfall trapped.
Found on a transect
A male, near the sacred falls in Montagne d'Ambre NP
A sleeping individual above the path, at approximately 240cm.
Unaccustomed to people, this owl allowed us to approach within 30cm to take pictures.
These chameleons are easy to find at the base of trees, if you know how and where to look.
A large female in Montagne d'Ambre National Park
An unidentified frog in Montagne d'Ambre National Park
Ceyx madagascariensis, the Madagascar Pygmy Kingfisher, a non-fishing species of kingfisher, in Montagne d'Ambre National Park. Three of our group unwittingly walked straight past this little guy but one of us noticed him, and he flew straight over to me.
The largest male we observed. Colouration depicted is stress/display colouration. When un-disturbed, colour returned to matt green, but white lip and dorsolateral stripe remained.