Oxyrhopus petolarius turns up for dinner at Las Guacamayas

While waiting for our dinner last night this false-coral calico snake (Oxyrhopus petolarius) turned up outside the dining room. I have not seen one for a few years now. It was one our target species during the El Niño Biodiveristy Assessment. This is the first one I have seen during the summer.

 

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Rowland, 19 June 2016
Published : 19th June 2016

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