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A couple of mentors for NAPIRE, the program I’m working with this summer in Costa Rica, are guiding students in collecting bat-data… Currently, they have used mist nets to collect bats near the station and they data a myriad of data from each bat. Here are some photos of their collections. Look out for the bat parasites (bat flies in this case)!
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Like the other OTS stations and many other field stations found in Costa Rica, Las Cruces has a black-light + white-sheet set-up to attract nocturnal insects for viewing. Here’s some quick shots I took last night.
John, an Austrailian visiting Las Cruces, set up his camera on a piece of bamboo to get some underwater shots of fish. There were a few good ones of characids investigating the camera. He intends on pioneering this method in stream ecology circles.