12 Oct 1998
This viper was wild-caught in southwestern Namibia and photographed in captivity in central Namibia.
This Lacertid lizard was found in northeastern Namibia and photographed in captivity in the capital, Windhoek.
This male was observed on the wall of the capital building in the center of town. Numerous other males and females were also seen. This species displays sexual dimorphism and the females look very different from the males.
This lizard was observed during the day near the center of town by Avis Dam.
This gerrhosaurid lizard was found during the day in downtown Windhoek amidst rock crevices near the capital building.
This juvenile gecko was found in downtown Windhoek, Namibia's capital.
This pair of geckos was found in downtown Windhoek, Namibia's capital.
A red-headed rock agama at our reconnect near Windhoek.
What is this crazy thing!?!?
Any help identifying this would be great. Very large with a loud, low buzz.
I only saw this guy because he kept jumping around, but he looks exactly like the rocks. He had beautiful pink wings but I couldn't get a shot of them! Possibly a Sphingonotus sp.?
Some kinda tarantula!
Most likely a Trombidium holosericeum near Windhoek. I love these guys!
I believe this is some type of longhorn beetle, but I have no idea what genus.This one was pretty large and woke me up in the middle of the night by gnawing on my neck.
some kind of flat dust bug. I have no idea what it is.