Found in old-growth maple-beech-ash forest during bird surveys. At point count #4 at The Cape RNA, Green Mt. National Forest.
on a palm, four feet up.
Tagging critters while at HK Disneyland. Spotted this fellow on a Chinese Banyan tree in a shady grove. About five feet off the ground. It's a invasive species here.
Location: Makunda Christian Hospital, Bazaricherra, Karimganj District, Assam
Date: 17th September 2012
Equipment: Nikon D300s with Nikkor AF 28-105mm lens
On the wall of a public toilet at one of the beaches.
Fecund introduced agricultural pest and health risk (carries meningitis-causing nematode).
Apparently introduced to Bioko Island, as cited in this APHIS report. Widespread, and common to see being sold for human consumption.
Hugely destructive and problematic, the invasive African land snail has devoured most of the native species of Hawaiian land snails.