Photos / Sounds

What

Smooth Earthsnake (Virginia valeriae)

Observer

jhopatx

Date

May 14, 2020 05:35 PM UTC

Photos / Sounds

What

Rio Grande Chirping Frog (Eleutherodactylus campi)

Observer

sandboa

Date

May 21, 1999 12:00 AM CDT

Description

I stopped to photograph this tarantula on the road and noticed it had a frog in its jaws. Seemed too big for E. cystignathoides? But I will call it that to get it "into the system" for opinions.

Photos / Sounds

What

Northern Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus)

Observer

wildlandblogger

Date

April 2019

Place

Private

Photos / Sounds

What

Cliff Chirping Frog (Eleutherodactylus marnockii)

Observer

hydaticus

Date

July 17, 2017 04:59 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Tamaulipan Milksnake (Lampropeltis annulata)

Observer

tommyd

Date

May 18, 2013 09:15 PM CDT

Description

photo by Ian Wright (ianmwright86@gmail.com)

Photos / Sounds

What

Brook Salamanders (Genus Eurycea)

Observer

isaacthelord

Description

I found this individual walking up a stream wearing sandals. The channel turned cold and beneath the very first rock I flipped, was this salamander. It was roughly two inches long and had feathery gills consistent with salamanders of this genus. I did not handle the individual on the chance that it could be a listed species. Upon conferring with several biologists, we decided to return to the site the next day to hopefully find this salamander or another one like it. We failed to do so and subsequent attempts to find another salamander have also failed.

Photos / Sounds

What

Rio Grande Chirping Frog (Eleutherodactylus campi)

Observer

gcwarbler

Date

September 14, 2019 08:13 PM CDT

Tags

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What

Eastern Black-tailed Rattlesnake (Crotalus ornatus)

Observer

timcole

Date

June 2019

Place

Private

Photos / Sounds

What

Northern Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus)

Observer

jmills

Date

October 6, 2018 01:30 PM CDT

Description

(Larger, darker snake) My mom texted me a photo of two snakes she found hanging out together while she was watering plants. ~3.5 hours later, they were still in the same area and I took some more photos. Sometimes the larger snake would move away a foot or two, and eventually the smaller one would slither over to it again. (will create a duplicate post for the other snake)