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Postby Vlad Cioflec » Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:19 am

Well, the season is kinda coming to an abrupt end here, both the temperatures and my free time seem to be going downhill, fast.
Anyway, since my summer holiday to Moldavia i had a couple half-day trips so i guess i`ll just post here the `results`, mediocre as they are. ;)

First, i tried to find an adder so i headed out to the mighty Carpathians. No berus for me of course, just my first after five years Common Lizard, and a fancy cricket... You jealous!? :lol:

Adder habitat, i guess ...

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Viviparous lizard

Ephippiger ephippiger ?!

After that epic trip i decided it`s time to go to the Danube and roadcruise me a Sand Boa. And i had lots of luck, most of it bad. :mrgreen: Came back with a lifer Willow Warbler and an average Balkan Wall Lizard shot. Haters gonna hate! :lol:

Eryx habitat ...

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Skeptical lizard

But while i was taking a walk in the city with the family yesterday we spotted this chubby fellow, and it really made my day!

Muskrat - Ondatra zibethicus

Time to face the music and switch to birding till spring i think. ;)

Thanks for reading,
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Re: Ondatra

Postby clovis voyageur » Thu Jan 31, 2013 1:50 pm

Well, it's still more than nothing :)

Your cricket is a Polysarcus, i can't tell you witch one ;)
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