Anaxyrus terrestris, tadpoles foraging among the leaf litter.
Hyla cincerea hiding between bracts of bromeliads in the greenhouse.
Some underwater photographs of some guppies in a pond at the Armstrong greenhouse.
Some flowers on Armstrong’s campus and in the greenhouse.
During a herpetology course at Armstrong State University field trip, Dr. Collier shows some students a juvenile anuran, likely a Narrow Mouth Toad (
Gastrophryne carolinensis). Here’s another microhylid!
A student collects a leaf litter from
and Spartina alterniflora at the end of an experiment we performed during a Coastal Ecology course in 2013. Juncus roemerianus
A stinky pentatomid that Cristian swatted out of the sky at Las Alturas. The orange-ish fluid it excreted covers Cristian’s hands and was poignant.
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Walking and sniffing the mud in the vast salt marshes surrounding Harris Neck.
Amos and Eva catch up and jump through the grass at Harris Neck.
After some heavy rains this week, thousands of stranded amphipods were dried up in the Science Center, possibly emerging from a over flowing drain.