Reptiles and Amphibians of San Juan Bosco


While doing the Biological Study of the Siete Iglesias Municipal Government Reserve in 2008, a number of Biologists came to town, including Raul Lèon Vigara, a Spanish Biologist with a fascination for reptiles and amphibians, snakes in particular. Below are the findings; all photos were taken by him.

  • Anolis trachyderma, Adult Female, Tropical Rainforest at 1043 meters, near the River Pan de Azucar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, South Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Anolis trachyderma, Adult Male, Tropical Rainforest at 1043 meters, near the River Pan de Azucar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, South Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Dendropsophus bifurcus, Adult, Tropical Rainforest at 1043 meters, near the River Pan de Azúcar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, South Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Dipsas catesbyi, adult, Tropical Rainforest at 980 meters, near the River Pan de Azúcar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, South Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Gonadotes concinatus, Adult, Tropical Rainforest at 1043 meters, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, South Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Hypsiboas calcaratus, Adult, Tropical Rainforest a 1043 msnm, Río Pan de Azúcar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, Amazonía Sur, Ecuador.

  • Hypsiboas calcaratus, Adult, Tropical Rainforest a 1043 msnm, Río Pan de Azúcar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, Amazonía Sur, Ecuador.

  • Polychrus marmoratus, Adult Male, Tropical Rainforest a 1043 msnm, Río Pan de Azúcar, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, Amazonía Sur, Ecuador.

  • Potamites cochranae, Adult, Near Jungle-Pasture Border, Tropical RainForest a 1578 msnm, Dave's Farm, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, Southern Amazon, Ecuador.

  • Scinax ruber, Adult, Near Jungle-Pasture Border, Tropical RainForest at 1500 meters, Dave's Farm, San Juan Bosco, Morona Santiago, Southern Amazon, Ecuador.

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