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Deforested hillsides north of Quito, Ecuador  -  Morley Read/ npl
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00409499 Deforested hillsides north of Quito, Ecuador© Morley Read/ npl
Laying pipeline for oil extraction in rainforest, Ecuador  -  Morley Read/ npl
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00409387 Laying pipeline for oil extraction in rainforest, Ecuador© Morley Read/ npl
Jambue glass frog (Espadarana durrellorum), a very rare species, Amazon Rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859778 Jambue glass frog (Espadarana durrellorum), a very rare species, Amazon Rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Mouse-eared toad (Rhinella dapsilis) female. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859777 Mouse-eared toad (Rhinella dapsilis) female. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Tadpoles developing within the nest of of the Santa Cecilia Cochran frog (Teratohyla midas). The eggs develop within the gelainous nest on the underside of a leaf. The tadpoles will drop into a rainfo...
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90859776 Tadpoles developing within the nest of of the Santa Cecilia Cochran frog (Teratohyla midas). The eggs develop within the gelainous nest on the underside of a leaf. The tadpoles will drop into a rainfo...©
Kingsbury's rocket frog (Allobates kingsburyi) at altitude of 2000m. Paquisha Alta, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador.
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90859775 Kingsbury's rocket frog (Allobates kingsburyi) at altitude of 2000m. Paquisha Alta, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador.©
Mouse-eared toad (Rhinella dapsilis) male Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859774 Mouse-eared toad (Rhinella dapsilis) male Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Giant Ecuadorian toad (Rhaebo ecuadorensis). Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859773 Giant Ecuadorian toad (Rhaebo ecuadorensis). Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Metamorphosing froglet of the Quacking river frog (Boana lanciformis) still with tail. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859772 Metamorphosing froglet of the Quacking river frog (Boana lanciformis) still with tail. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Harlequin frog (Atelopus sp) female, an undescribed species (Atelopus aff. longirostris). Near Chinambi, Carchi Province, Ecuador. December.
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90859771 Harlequin frog (Atelopus sp) female, an undescribed species (Atelopus aff. longirostris). Near Chinambi, Carchi Province, Ecuador. December.©
Rio Santiago poison frog (Exidobates captivus) Rio Nangaritza, Ecuador. Occurs only in the western slopes of the Cordillera de Condor in southern Ecuador and northern Peru Vulnerable species.
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90859770 Rio Santiago poison frog (Exidobates captivus) Rio Nangaritza, Ecuador. Occurs only in the western slopes of the Cordillera de Condor in southern Ecuador and northern Peru Vulnerable species.©
An undescribed species of Harlequin Toad known provisionally as Atelpus condor. Found at a remote location on the slopes of a Tepuy above Rio Nangaritza, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador, March 2018. (N...
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90859769 An undescribed species of Harlequin Toad known provisionally as Atelpus condor. Found at a remote location on the slopes of a Tepuy above Rio Nangaritza, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador, March 2018. (N...©
Ecuador silent frog (Chiasmocleis antenori) on white background. Ecuador. Despite its name its extremely rare in Ecuador but has a wide distribution in South America
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90859768 Ecuador silent frog (Chiasmocleis antenori) on white background. Ecuador. Despite its name its extremely rare in Ecuador but has a wide distribution in South America©
Napo cochran frog (Nymphargus anomalus), a Critically Endangered Species recorded in a fourth locality for the first time. Morona, Santiago Province, Ecuador. February 2018.
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90859767 Napo cochran frog (Nymphargus anomalus), a Critically Endangered Species recorded in a fourth locality for the first time. Morona, Santiago Province, Ecuador. February 2018.©
Longnose harlequin frog (Atelopus longirostris), critically endangered species. Was considered extinct but four individuals were rediscovered in 2016. This individual was photographed at same site. Ju...
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90859766 Longnose harlequin frog (Atelopus longirostris), critically endangered species. Was considered extinct but four individuals were rediscovered in 2016. This individual was photographed at same site. Ju...©
Confusing rocket frog (Ectopoglossus confusus). Endangered species, individual part of rediscovered population. Population under threat as it lies within a mining concession. Rio Junin, Imbabura Provi...
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90859765 Confusing rocket frog (Ectopoglossus confusus). Endangered species, individual part of rediscovered population. Population under threat as it lies within a mining concession. Rio Junin, Imbabura Provi...©
Temporary pool formed after heavy rain in lowland tropical rainforest in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, July 2018. Stitched panorama.
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90859764 Temporary pool formed after heavy rain in lowland tropical rainforest in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, July 2018. Stitched panorama.©
Amazonian rainforest trees fused together above forming an arch. Yasuni National Park, July 2018. The trunk on the left is a strangler fig. Stitched panorama.
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90859763 Amazonian rainforest trees fused together above forming an arch. Yasuni National Park, July 2018. The trunk on the left is a strangler fig. Stitched panorama.©
Cockroach with a brood of young. Several species carry the egg case or ootheca within the body until the eggs hatch and some may continue to protect the young after they have hatched. Yasuni National...
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90859762 Cockroach with a brood of young. Several species carry the egg case or ootheca within the body until the eggs hatch and some may continue to protect the young after they have hatched. Yasuni National...©
Aerial view of cattle farm with fish ponds for raising Tilapia, cleared from Amazonian rainforest. Rio Napo in background, Napo Province, Ecuador
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90859761 Aerial view of cattle farm with fish ponds for raising Tilapia, cleared from Amazonian rainforest. Rio Napo in background, Napo Province, Ecuador©
Harlequin frog (Atelopus sp) on moss, an undescribed species (Atelopus aff. longirostris). Near Chinambi, Carchi Province, Ecuador. December.
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90859760 Harlequin frog (Atelopus sp) on moss, an undescribed species (Atelopus aff. longirostris). Near Chinambi, Carchi Province, Ecuador. December.©
Red-skirted treefrog (Dendropsophus rhodopeplus) on a leaf in the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859759 Red-skirted treefrog (Dendropsophus rhodopeplus) on a leaf in the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Red snouted treefrog (Scinax ruber) juvenileYasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859758 Red snouted treefrog (Scinax ruber) juvenileYasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) on branch at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.
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90859757 Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) on branch at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.©
Frog (Pristimantis sp) camouflaged in Bromeliad at night. Alto Paquisha, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador.
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90859756 Frog (Pristimantis sp) camouflaged in Bromeliad at night. Alto Paquisha, Cordillera del Condor, Ecuador.©
Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) pair mating at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.
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90859755 Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) pair mating at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.©
Small mouse opossum (Marmosa sp.) in the rainforest understory at night. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859754 Small mouse opossum (Marmosa sp.) in the rainforest understory at night. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Wax-tailed bug (Pterodictya reticularis) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, July 2018.
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90859753 Wax-tailed bug (Pterodictya reticularis) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, July 2018.©
Group of colourful hemipteran bugs on the underside of a leaf in the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859752 Group of colourful hemipteran bugs on the underside of a leaf in the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Cobra moth caterpillar (Oxytenis albilunulata). The snake-like appearence has evolved to frighten potetial predators, however the striking resemblance to the Spectacled Cobra is purely coincidental as...
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90859751 Cobra moth caterpillar (Oxytenis albilunulata). The snake-like appearence has evolved to frighten potetial predators, however the striking resemblance to the Spectacled Cobra is purely coincidental as...©
Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) climbing on fern at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.
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90859750 Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) climbing on fern at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.©
Wasp nest (Polybia sp.) hanging from a rainforest understory shrub in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador. The wasps are in a defensive position outside the nest to repel an attack.
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90859749 Wasp nest (Polybia sp.) hanging from a rainforest understory shrub in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador. The wasps are in a defensive position outside the nest to repel an attack.©
Nocturnal paper wasp (Apoica pallens) colony at nest. Orellana Province, Ecuador.
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90859748 Nocturnal paper wasp (Apoica pallens) colony at nest. Orellana Province, Ecuador.©
Sumaco plump toad (Osornophryne sumacoensis) in Bamboo (Chusquea sp) leaf litter at night. Vulnerable species only known in this locality. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador. Endemic.
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90859747 Sumaco plump toad (Osornophryne sumacoensis) in Bamboo (Chusquea sp) leaf litter at night. Vulnerable species only known in this locality. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador. Endemic.©
Wax-tailed bug (Pterodictya sp) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, November.
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90859746 Wax-tailed bug (Pterodictya sp) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, November.©
Tarantula (Avicularia sp.) on a rainforest leaf. family Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859745 Tarantula (Avicularia sp.) on a rainforest leaf. family Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Red-throated wood lizard (Enyalioides rubrigularis), Rio Nangaritza, Ecuador,
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90859744 Red-throated wood lizard (Enyalioides rubrigularis), Rio Nangaritza, Ecuador,©
Giant harvestmen (Opiliones) male and female approach each other prior to copulation, the individual on the left is presumably the male. Los Cedros Biological Reserve, Ecuador.
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90859743 Giant harvestmen (Opiliones) male and female approach each other prior to copulation, the individual on the left is presumably the male. Los Cedros Biological Reserve, Ecuador.©
Metamorphosing froglet of the Sarayacu treefrog (Dendropsophus sarayacuensis) still with tail. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, August.
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90859742 Metamorphosing froglet of the Sarayacu treefrog (Dendropsophus sarayacuensis) still with tail. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, August.©
Yellow slime mould growing on a dead leaf on the rainforest floor, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859741 Yellow slime mould growing on a dead leaf on the rainforest floor, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Nest of the Amazon leaf frog (Agalychnis hulli) suspended in vegetation above a rainforest pool. The tadpoles will drop into the water fully formed, so avoiding aquatic predators. Yasuni National Park...
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90859740 Nest of the Amazon leaf frog (Agalychnis hulli) suspended in vegetation above a rainforest pool. The tadpoles will drop into the water fully formed, so avoiding aquatic predators. Yasuni National Park...©
Recently metamorphosed juvenile Amazon leaf frog (Agalychnis hulli) in the vegetation above a pond in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859739 Recently metamorphosed juvenile Amazon leaf frog (Agalychnis hulli) in the vegetation above a pond in Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Amazonian green frog (Lithobates palmipes) one of the few true frog species (family Ranidae) in South America. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859738 Amazonian green frog (Lithobates palmipes) one of the few true frog species (family Ranidae) in South America. Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Shag-carpet moth caterpillar (Tarchon felderi) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, August.
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90859737 Shag-carpet moth caterpillar (Tarchon felderi) in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, August.©
Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) climbing up branch at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.
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90859736 Guacamayo plump toad (Osornophryne guacamayo) climbing up branch at night. Base of Sumaco Volcano, Ecuador.©
Tree trunks in montane rainforest covered with moss, epiphytes and Philodendron vines. At 2200m in elevation. Cordillera de Toisan, Los Cedros Biological Reserve, Imbabura Province, Ecuador. Digitally...
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90859735 Tree trunks in montane rainforest covered with moss, epiphytes and Philodendron vines. At 2200m in elevation. Cordillera de Toisan, Los Cedros Biological Reserve, Imbabura Province, Ecuador. Digitally...©
Cockroach courtship, A male approaches a female attracted by her pheremones, prior to copulation. In the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859734 Cockroach courtship, A male approaches a female attracted by her pheremones, prior to copulation. In the rainforest, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Santa Cecilia Cochran frog (Teratohyla midas), pair in amplexus in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.
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90859733 Santa Cecilia Cochran frog (Teratohyla midas), pair in amplexus in the rainforest understory, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.©
Cup fungus (Aquascypha hydrophora) holding pool of water providing breeding site for aquatic insects. Tungurahua Province, Ecuador.
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90859732 Cup fungus (Aquascypha hydrophora) holding pool of water providing breeding site for aquatic insects. Tungurahua Province, Ecuador.©
Red-eye tetra (Moenkhausia sp) attracted by ripples from Cicada falling into rainforest pond. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.
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90859731 Red-eye tetra (Moenkhausia sp) attracted by ripples from Cicada falling into rainforest pond. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.©
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