Species of Corytophanes are cryptic and normally freeze when a larger animal (human or potential predator) is nearby. When they move, the do so very slowly. They prefer low light […]
Compare this lovely adult to the juvenile unfurling its wings in this section.
The American crocodile, Crocodylus acutus, is the more dangerous to humans of the two species (the other is Morelet’s crocodile, C. morletii, normally a denizen of fresher water) of the […]
When this species was described in 1960, Phyllodactylus insularis was considered endemic to Half Moon Caye, Lighthouse Reef, Belize. Belize naturalist Jan Meerman found it as common on nearby Long […]
Izabal Robber Frogs are denizens of the leaf litter on the forest floor of tropical forests in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and probably a small area in southern México. Looking at […]