I found these orchids in a cloud forest in Honduras. Does anyone know what type these might be?
An adult parrot snake displays its highly impressive characteristic defense behavior
A fascinating spider that tosses a specially crafted web at an insect as it passes by, like tossing a net to catch a fish.
The "88" Butterfly, although this one looks a bit like a "98"
Very common species in this cloud forest.
Adult in leaf litter
This adult female katydid had amazing camouflage. Does anyone know which species it is?
Large adult female
A large adult female
A small juvenile
An adult female Duellmanohyla soralia peeking out from stream-side vegetation
A recent metamorph of Plectrohyla exquisita
A large adult male Plectrohyla exquisita
Tadpoles of Duellmanohyla soralia in Cusuco National Park, Honduras. These animals are part of the largest remaining population of this species, which is fragmented in distribution between the Honduras-Guatemala border.
This species is endemic to Cusuco National Park, a cloud forest in Honduras. I have been monitoring this species for 10 years and view them often.
This species was previously declared extinct by the IUCN Red List, until I found this specimen in 2008.
Found somewhere along a transect around the Cantilles Satellite Camp, Cusuco National Park, Honduras.
There were always tons of these guys hanging around Base Camp. Some were tiny (this one is about the size of a quarter), but we saw larger ones.
I have more photos on another computer, will add when I get a chance.
This bat was mist-netted by the bat team for Operation Wallacea's 2012 Honduras expedition, outside the Cantilles Satellite Camp in PNC.
Grace's warbler in the garden at the Cusuco National Park base camp