Borneo 2016

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Borneo 2016

Postby Neil Rowntree » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:24 pm

Hello,

Here is the (almost) final part of my SE Asia trip: Borneo - http://northumberlandexplorer.weebly.co ... -2016.html

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Tropidolaemus subannulatus

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Sphenomorphus cyanolaemus

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Ptychozoon kuhli

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Boiga dendrophila


Thank you to all who replied to my PMs way back in the summer!

Neil

ps - report to be updated with one final species in the near future!
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Re: Borneo 2016

Postby Jeroen Speybroeck » Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:43 am

Thanx for sharing. Need to go there someday.....!!!
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Re: Borneo 2016

Postby Tim Leerschool » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:53 pm

Love it! The shot of the Sphenomorphus especially! Found it terribly difficult to approach them to get a shot. This one seems right on the money.
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Re: Borneo 2016

Postby Bobby Bok » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:49 pm

Must be an amazing place to herp although I have to say seeing those giant stick insects and beautiful leaf insects are also high on my bucket list!
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Re: Borneo 2016

Postby Neil Rowntree » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:27 am

Tim Leerschool wrote:Love it! The shot of the Sphenomorphus especially! Found it terribly difficult to approach them to get a shot. This one seems right on the money.


Thanks! Light was pretty poor and hadn't realised how beautiful this guy was until I'd spent a good chunk of minutes sneaking about trying to get a better view. Delightful little skinks!

Bobby Bok wrote:Must be an amazing place to herp although I have to say seeing those giant stick insects and beautiful leaf insects are also high on my bucket list!


It's an awesome place (despite the palm-oil). So many interesting critters to keep you entertained if you're having a slow-going herp night!
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