Found in Gamboa Panama on the side of Pipeline Rd
Found at Pipeline Road
I believe this is the leaf cutter ant, Atta colombica. Found at Pipeline Road.
Found along a stream near Pipeline Road in Soberania National Park
Found along a stream near Pipeline Road
Under the dock at Isla Galeta Marine Bio. Lab...
Seen near feeder at entrance.
@ the Smithsonian's Experimental Pond, near housing units...
Cane Toad floating in a puddle on Pipeline Road in Soberanía National Park, near the Limbo River. About 20cm from nose to rump.
Sapo de caña en un charco en Camino Oleoducto en el Parque Nacional de Soberanía, cerca del Río Limbo. ~20cm.
Massive. Easily 20 feet long.
Ranges, purportedly, in the mangroves mid-way between Coco Solo & the STRI Isla Galeta Marine Bio Labs.
Very long -- over 2 meters (between 6 and 7 feet)
Location where we saw a crested eagle in February 2015
Orange blooming tree
Laughing falcon in tree just before (south) this photo
Flowering occurs mainly in February-May, are visited by many birds.
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Gamboa Rainforest Resort, Panama
Aerial Tram- Gamboa Rainforest Resort, Panama.
juvenile male and female in culvert
I did not see it, Elisabeth Kalko and others did. In an excavated Azteca-ant nest on Pipeline Road near Gamboa, Panama. It has now been described as a new species and named after Eli Kalko and I think it's breathtaking!
Amplexing pair beside a man-made pond