This composite flower was observed in a few locations growing along rock walls at about 1800 masl.
Unknown species of Solanaceae observed along field at about 1800 masl
Beautiful yellow flowered plant observed along road at about 1800 masl
Two specimens of this large anole were observed in a rock wall on along the edge of a coffee plantation in the morning.
A few of this Anolis species were encountered basking on Agave species in the Foret de Pins area on the Haiti side of the border with the Dominican Republic, during the early afternoon. Elev. approx. 1300 masl.
Only one clump of these beautiful flowers was observed in a sunny area along Kettle creek.
A couple examples of this species were observed along Deer Creek during the morning.
Nice yellow flowered plant seen growing on alluvium along Deer Creek.
A couple individuals of this species were observed under rocks adjacent to the stream. It had rained for several days.
This beautiful mushroom colony was living on a decomposing log in a moist canyon not far from the stream
Several individuals of this species were observed hopping around in talus area on south facing slope while weather was cloudy. It had rained for several days before hand. None were calling.
Two examples of this species were observed walking on forest floor adjacent to creek bed in dense hardwood forest, after several days of rain. During the morning hours. This is the Red Eft terrestrial form. No aquatic forms were observed in creek.
Discovered under stone near stream in dense forest along stream, after rainy night. Elev. approximately 1700 feet.
Only one specimen was observed under rock along deer creek after two rainy days.
Several specimens were found under rocks in area of dense forest along stream after rainy night.
One specimen found under rock in shallow pool along stream in forest at 1900 feet elevation.
Only a couple of these were observed foraging along Deer Creek, in this case on a thistle.
One specimen was discovered under a rock adjacent to Deer Creek, after two days of rain.
Several of this species were found under rocks adjacent to Deer Creek after two days of rain.