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Amphibians - Amfibieën - Amphibiens / Re: Unknown Frog Suriname
« Last post by Albert Reuten on Today at 04:28:34 PM »
Bedankt Dick

Grt Albert
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Amphibians - Amfibieën - Amphibiens / Re: Unknown Frog Suriname
« Last post by D.Lock on Sun, 20 October 2019, 10:45:53 PM »
Hi Albert,

Ik zou zeggen een ietwat roodbruin gekleurde Scinax boesmani.

Groetjes,
Dick
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Reptiles - Reptielen - Reptiles / Re: Snake in Apura
« Last post by Albert Reuten on Sun, 20 October 2019, 04:52:49 PM »
My guess would be a strange coloration of a pseudoboa aswel.

Sightings can be submitted in www.observado.com. I've updated the list of reptiles and amphibians for Suriname.

Cheers

Als ik naar deze Site ga kom ik heel iets anders tegen.
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Amphibians - Amfibieën - Amphibiens / Unknown Frog Suriname
« Last post by Albert Reuten on Sun, 20 October 2019, 04:39:25 PM »
This is a scan from an old slide from 1980.
I forgot where I made this picture in Suriname. Can anyone ID this frog?

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Reptiles - Reptielen - Reptiles / Re: Snake in Apura
« Last post by Gijs on Tue, 15 October 2019, 05:25:20 PM »
thanks for your replies and help
greetings Gijs
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Hello,

The 3th pictures could be a psiloscirtus sp. fam ommatolampidinae.

Vie
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Beetles - Kevers - Coléoptères / Re: Which genus ?
« Last post by Olivier on Thu, 19 September 2019, 04:53:45 PM »
Yes, seems to match well !
Thanks  :)
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Beetles - Kevers - Coléoptères / Re: Which genus ?
« Last post by Auke on Wed, 18 September 2019, 01:31:58 AM »
Hello Olivier, nice to help you for a change!  8)

This is clearly some weevil (family Curculionidae). And by the looks of it, I'd say it is Cratosomus hoplites or a very close relative.

Cheers, Auke
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Beetles - Kevers - Coléoptères / Which genus ?
« Last post by Olivier on Tue, 17 September 2019, 05:19:40 PM »
Could you help me identify this insect?
(pictures taken in understory of primary forest near Kourou, French Guyana).
Thanks
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Plants - Planten - Plantes / Re: Savanna shrub
« Last post by Olivier on Thu, 05 September 2019, 05:44:40 AM »
But if I search online, fruits are turning red, while mine look like tiny lemons without any trace of red. Local variation, or a cryptic species?
No, fruits seen here are obviously not mature, some are green, some are yellow, later on they will turn red, and I guess they finally mature black as it is the case for the genus Psychotria. Psychotria fruits are often observed only red, but they finally turn black if not eaten by birds before !
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