DOR juvenile on DogTail Corners Road observed by Steve Platt. Imaged the next day after storage in freezer. Photo credit: Steve Platt.
08/20/2014, 8:35 AM
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 1/800 sec, f/5, 105mm (EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM), ISO 1250 (auto), Exp comp +1/3
First time I've seen a non-flattened one. Toothier and more voluminous than I expected.
Adult, old roadkill, pastureland. No other details, flattened husk of armadillo
Subadult, DOR, found just after midnight in an urban residential neighborhood where they are common and often seen.
Roadkill on Steese Highway between Central and the Upper Birch Creek Wayside, geolocation approximate. Yellow eyebrow present but not visible in photograph due to angle.
DOR small adult bullsnake on SH163 north of Comstock. Photo not taken. Mesquite -thornscrub brushland in valley floor.
Specimen salvaged (to be deposited at UT-TNHC)
DOR being consumed by a Caracara, rural improved pastureland and grassland. Black tail, huge orbit, and large ears visible in photo as diagnostic.