The elusive and diminutive Bromeliad Boa, Ungaliophis panamensis.
Beautiful but dangerous African Bush Viper, Etheris squamigeri
Life is art as illustrated by the scales of an African Bush Viper, Etheris squamigeri
Barred Owls, Stryx varia, are a year-round resident of south central Ontario.
Light and shadow bring out the dinosaur-like features of this adult male Plumed Basilisk, Basiliscus plumifrons.
Brilliantly camouflaged and lethally venomous Terciopelo, Bothrops asper.
Always photogenic, the Emerald Glass Frog, Espadorana prosoblepon
Brazilian Wandering Spiders, Phoneutria fera, are abundant throughout Costa Rica and a common stow away in banana shipments.
Ever watchful and ready for take off. Dragon Flies are amazing aerial predators.
The Golden Eyed Parrot Snake, Leptophis ahaetulla, is a rear-fanged, diurnal predator of birds and lizards.
A beautifully camouflaged Neotropical Bark Mantis, Liturgursa fossetti
Ornamental grasses naturally back lit by the sun.
Anoles such as this Neotropical Green Anole , Anolis biporcatus, are abundant throughout Central America and the Caribbean.
Hognose Vipers, Porthidium nasutum, are highly variable in their colour, form and size.
Female Big Horn Sheep, Ovis canadensis, at sunset in Yellowstone National Park
Beauty in the badlands exemplified by this Badlands Sunflower, Helianthus annus.
The fruit fly in this image gives some good context for the size of this tiny Yellow-tailed Gecko, Sphearodactilus homolepis
Filming a beautiful sunset along Skyline Highway in Shenandoah National Park.
Hatchling praying mantids are delicate but tenacious little predators of the fields and forest.
Alert and ever watchful this female Lemur Anole, Anolis lemurinus, peaks out from behind a broken tree limb.
The once ubiquitous resident of the southeastern U.S. the Green Anole, Anolis carolinensis, is declining in areas where insecticides are used.
Timber rattlesnakes, Crotalus horridus, are the only extirpated snake species in Ontario. This adult female was photographed in Georgia.
The large eyes, and elliptical pupils of the Speckled Blunt-headed Tree Snake, Imantodes inornatus, speak to its nocturnal habits.
Red touch yellow, kill a fellow. That is indeed the case for this Central American Coral Snake, Micrurus nigrocinctus mosquitensis.
Rat snakes, such as this Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus), have flat ventral scales and loaf-shaped bodies that make them excellent climbers.
The Tiger Ratsnake, Spilotes pullatus, is an alert and visually acute arboreal Central American snake.
Buttress roots are a common feature of tropical trees although their function is still a matter of debate.
The Central American alarm clock will wake you at sunrise. Male Mantled Howler Monkey, Alouatta paliata.
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