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Posted by herpconsultants2 on April 12, 2003 at 09:00:37:
In Reply to: Re: Xenodon rabdocephalus...as Trust stated...more... posted by stevebinnig on April 10, 2003 at 17:48:58:
Glad you liked the images. I walked a transect system, and roads weren't an option. The majority of my sampling was done in the day, and my herp list falls short in some areas (such as Hylid frogs), but is now the best known Colombian Amazonian site. I'm trying to get a web site up and will post a link when it's finished (it'll have species lists, photos, ecological info etc.).
:Yes, as Trust said, I've always heard them called "False Vipers". I never saw the other morphs. Great stuff! Can you tell us some of the field techniques you used? Walking trails at night? Road cruising? What was most productive?