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When Identifying Coral Snakes

When Identifying Coral Snakes When identifying coral snakes we often think of  ‘red to black venom lack, red to yellow kill a fellow’. This simple rhyme originated in the United States where it can be successfully used to identify the two native species of coral...

Snake Declines Linked to Frog Fungus

Snake Declines Linked to Frog Fungus The decline of amphibian species due to a fungal disease called chytridiomycosis (or chytrid for short) has been well documented. Many tropical amphibian communities have experienced dramatic declines in numbers, and several...

Seven Years in Guatemala – The Highlights

Seven years in Guatemala with Indigo Expeditions Looking back over last seven years of conservation and research in Guatemala - let's look at what Indigo Field Teams have achieved.   2013 In our very first year of working in Guatemala we ran four expeditions to...

A journey from ponds to jungles!

Field Notes Revisited: I am fortunate to spend a significant portion of the year in the tropics surveying the forests of Guatemala for amphibians and reptiles. This is a dream come true for me. While there is a huge need for conservation work in tropical regions, it...

When Identifying Coral Snakes

When Identifying Coral Snakes

When Identifying Coral Snakes When identifying coral snakes we often think of  ‘red to black venom lack, red to yellow kill a fellow’. This...

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