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Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) two mating in La Selva, Costa Rica, this species only mates once or twice per year, usually after a huge rain storm at the end of the dry season  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760174 Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) two mating in La Selva, Costa Rica, this species only mates once or twice per year, usually after a huge rain storm at the end of the dry season© Christian Ziegler
Lontar Palm (Borassus flabellifer) group in seasonally dry savanna, Rinca Island, Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00480516 Lontar Palm (Borassus flabellifer) group in seasonally dry savanna, Rinca Island, Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia© Chien Lee
Brush fire burning trees and dry vegetation, Cerrado ecosystem, Brazil  -  Claus Meyer
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00300251 Brush fire burning trees and dry vegetation, Cerrado ecosystem, Brazil© Claus Meyer
Guayaquil Squirrel (Sciurus stramineus) sitting in tree, Cerro Blanco Reserve, Pacific dry forest, Guayas Province, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00210384 Guayaquil Squirrel (Sciurus stramineus) sitting in tree, Cerro Blanco Reserve, Pacific dry forest, Guayas Province, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Guayaquil Squirrel (Sciurus stramineus) climbing down tree, Cerro Blanco Reserve, Pacific dry forest, Guayas Province, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00210376 Guayaquil Squirrel (Sciurus stramineus) climbing down tree, Cerro Blanco Reserve, Pacific dry forest, Guayas Province, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Central Bright-eyed Frog (Boophis rappiodes) on leaf, Mantadia National Park, Madagascar  -  Nick Garbutt/ npl
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00412908 Central Bright-eyed Frog (Boophis rappiodes) on leaf, Mantadia National Park, Madagascar© Nick Garbutt/ npl
Vines and lowland dry tropical forest, Ecuador
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00565543 Vines and lowland dry tropical forest, Ecuador© Murray Cooper
Buttress roots of tree in lowland dipterocarp tropical rainforest interior, Malaysia  -  Gerry Ellis
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00201348 Buttress roots of tree in lowland dipterocarp tropical rainforest interior, Malaysia© Gerry Ellis
Lantern fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) with wings spread on tree in tropical dry forest, Costa Rica
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90848943 Lantern fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) with wings spread on tree in tropical dry forest, Costa Rica©
Central american bark scorpion (Centruroides margaritatus) feeding on Lebeau's rothschildia / Forbe's silkmoth (Rothschildia lebeau) Costa Rica, August
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90848425 Central american bark scorpion (Centruroides margaritatus) feeding on Lebeau's rothschildia / Forbe's silkmoth (Rothschildia lebeau) Costa Rica, August©
Central american bark scorpion (Centruroides margaritatus) feeding on Lebeau's rothschildia / Forbe's silkmoth (Rothschildia lebeau) Costa Rica, August
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90848424 Central american bark scorpion (Centruroides margaritatus) feeding on Lebeau's rothschildia / Forbe's silkmoth (Rothschildia lebeau) Costa Rica, August©
Tail-less whip scorpion (Phrynus whitei) feeing on insect, Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, August
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90848423 Tail-less whip scorpion (Phrynus whitei) feeing on insect, Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, August©
Tail-less whip scorpion (Phrynus whitei) feeing on grasshopper, Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, August
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90848422 Tail-less whip scorpion (Phrynus whitei) feeing on grasshopper, Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica, August©
Male Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) calling, vocal sac inflated, Costa Rica, September
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90848421 Male Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) calling, vocal sac inflated, Costa Rica, September©
Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) pair in amplexus, Costa Rica, September
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90848420 Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) pair in amplexus, Costa Rica, September©
Male Southern round gland toad, (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) calling, vocal sac inflated, Costa Rica, September
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90848418 Male Southern round gland toad, (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) calling, vocal sac inflated, Costa Rica, September©
Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) pair in amplexus, Costa Rica, September
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90848417 Southern round gland toad (Incilius / Bufo coccifer) pair in amplexus, Costa Rica, September©
Boa constictor (Boa constictor constrictor) on branch, Costa Rica, July
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90848408 Boa constictor (Boa constictor constrictor) on branch, Costa Rica, July©
Boa constictor (Boa constictor constrictor) on branch, Costa Rica, July
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90848407 Boa constictor (Boa constictor constrictor) on branch, Costa Rica, July©
Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848394 Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Northern Tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) foraging for ants or termites in a tree. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848387 Northern Tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) foraging for ants or termites in a tree. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Northern Tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) foraging for ants or termites in a tree. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848386 Northern Tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) foraging for ants or termites in a tree. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848374 Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei) against lichen. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848373 Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei) against lichen. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
White-throated Magpie-jay (Calocitta formosa). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848372 White-throated Magpie-jay (Calocitta formosa). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
White-throated Magpie-jay (Calocitta formosa) Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848371 White-throated Magpie-jay (Calocitta formosa) Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Close-up of Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848370 Close-up of Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Phrynus / Amblypygi whitei). Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum) coiled around tree trunk. This is a non-venomous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848367 Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum) coiled around tree trunk. This is a non-venomous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Emerald Cicada (Zammara smaragdina) newly emerged adult from its nymph exoskeleton, wings showing irridescence. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848366 Emerald Cicada (Zammara smaragdina) newly emerged adult from its nymph exoskeleton, wings showing irridescence. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Emerald Cicada (Zammara smaragdina) newly emerged adult from its nymph exoskeleton, wings showing irridescence. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848365 Emerald Cicada (Zammara smaragdina) newly emerged adult from its nymph exoskeleton, wings showing irridescence. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) in coiled striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848364 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) in coiled striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848363 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848362 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head in striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848361 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) close-up of head in striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848360 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) in coiled striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848359 Tropical / Western Green Rat Snake (Senticolis triaspis) in coiled striking pose. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum)with neck coiled in striking pose. This is a non-venemous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848358 Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum)with neck coiled in striking pose. This is a non-venemous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum) on trunk in strike pose. This is a non-venemous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848357 Tropical Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum) on trunk in strike pose. This is a non-venemous constrictor. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) on twig. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848356 Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) on twig. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) showing its defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848352 Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) showing its defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) showing its defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848351 Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) showing its defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) coiled presenting a defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848350 Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) coiled presenting a defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) coiled presenting a defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848349 Saturn / Emperor Moth Caterpillar (Automeris metzli) coiled presenting a defensive display and irritant hairs. Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) displaying eye-spots, used to startle potential predators. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848348 Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) displaying eye-spots, used to startle potential predators. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Shield / Stink Bug (Pentatomid) nymphs eating caterpillar (Saturnidae). Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848346 Shield / Stink Bug (Pentatomid) nymphs eating caterpillar (Saturnidae). Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Close-up of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.
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90848344 Close-up of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.©
Group of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) on trunk - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.
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90848343 Group of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) on trunk - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.©
Group of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) on trunk - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.
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90848342 Group of Giant Silk Worm Caterpillars (Arsenura armida) on trunk - the species groups during the day for defence, and feed at night. Costa Rica Santa Rosa National Park tropical dry forest.©
Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) displaying eye-spots, used to startle potential predators. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.
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90848291 Lantern Fly / Machaca (Fulgora lampetis) displaying eye-spots, used to startle potential predators. Santa Rosa National park tropical dry forest, Costa Rica.©
Brown vine snake, defensive display {Oxybelis aeneus} Costa Rica
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90847070 Brown vine snake, defensive display {Oxybelis aeneus} Costa Rica©
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