Marc Nutter set the record: 6.99 s to reach the top of this waterfall.
RBAMB is full of interesting insect, and, of course, I didn’t take nearly enough photographs of them. Perhaps I can use that as an excuse not to go back.
The animal print collection at RBAMB includes 4 or 5 species of wild cats and the Danta (Tapir) – plus a jar of pickled something…
aka, Mark Wallace Kershner on Facebook.
Both Centrolenids and Hylid frogs lay eggs on leaf surfaces above water bodies.
I didn’t have a chance to key this frog out using Savage, but my best guess is Pristimantis (formally Eleutherodactylus) caryophyllaceus. We encounter it at San Ramon.
We also encountered and keyed a tadpole from Duellmanohyla rufioculis, a beautiful red-eyed hylid.
Xantusiidae – Lepidophyma flavimaculatum