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Florida Tech's everglades trip last weekend **PIX**


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Posted by James Van Dyke on February 08, 2002 at 21:59:14:

Last week the Bio department of Florida Tech went to the everglades for a weekend of camping. Here's some pix of what we found while there:

Centruroides Scorpion


Squirrel Treefrog


Southern Leopard Frog


Green Treefrog


Green Frog


Cuban Treefrog (and the squirrel again)


Cornsnake


That cornsnake on my arm


Of course, there were also a ton of gators and birds. These pix are all from saturday night. I did miss the best subject of the night, which was a large pigmy rattlesnake. It was my first time herping at night and I somehow stepped on it, but for some reason he didn't bite. Lucky me!! I was able to identify it after it hid under some brush that we could see through. I also missed an Eastern Garter that was just way too fast.



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