This toad was observed at night in a forested area in northern Peru.
This arboreal viper was observed at night after a heavy rain and wind storm that apparently knocked the snake to the ground in a forested area at the Napo Lodge in northern Peru.
This obscure viper (which closely resembles a North American Copperhead) was found at night at the base of a tree in a forested area at the Napo Lodge in northern Peru.
This female Tropidurid lizard (males have an orange-colored head) was observed during the day over 40 meters high in the forest canopy living in a hollow tree branch with several other individuals. It was observed feeding on small ants that passed nearby on the same branch.
This male Gymnophthalmid lizard was found during the day in a forested area in northern Peru.
This coral snake was found at night on the forest floor in the Napo Lodge Reserve during a two week herpetological survey of the area. Numerous other reptiles and amphibians were found here as well.
This juvenile teiid was found during the day in a forested area in northern Peru.
This specimen was observed at night and the overall coloration at that time was much lighter than the photo shows.