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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 24th, 2014, 5:57 pm
by Steve Barten
From this May: Lampropeltis pyromelana.
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A pyro double:
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A small Crotalus cerberus emerges from its crack.Image

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 24th, 2014, 7:21 pm
by Soopaman

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 28th, 2014, 8:20 pm
by RobertH
A Desert Horned Lizard from a few days ago.

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Nicholas

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 29th, 2014, 7:42 am
by Stohlgren
Eastern diamondback spotted early in the morning a few feet from a drift fence array.

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 10th, 2014, 4:01 pm
by Noah M
Here are some of my better ones from this year.

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 11th, 2014, 6:36 pm
by Chad M. Lane
Crappy Gophersnake shot.


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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 12th, 2014, 6:43 am
by Kelly Mc
This thread is like a shot of growth hormone in herp life insight.

It out-merits a thousand human suggestions.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 16th, 2014, 3:05 pm
by Owen
Foothill Yellow-legged Frog:

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 17th, 2014, 10:55 am
by WW**
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Nerodia rhombifera, near Tulsa, OK

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 18th, 2014, 6:11 pm
by Soopaman

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 19th, 2014, 9:39 pm
by RobertH
One of my favorites from Hawaii 2011.
ImageGreen Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) by NicholasHess, on Flickr
Nicholas

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 25th, 2014, 3:53 pm
by Owen
Robert/Nicholas... nice sunset shot. I've seen them in tide pools, but not up on the rocks.

Here's a NorPac spy hop from today:

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 27th, 2014, 7:40 pm
by Owen
2 shot GIF of a California Red-legged Frog youngster.

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 31st, 2014, 11:33 pm
by ChrisNM
The Med gecko it was stalking ran off right as I was about the fire the shutter :|
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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 13th, 2014, 4:01 pm
by RobertH
ImageFlat-tail Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma mcallii) by NicholasHess, on Flickr

In case you're wondering this really is in situ.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 14th, 2014, 2:20 pm
by hellihooks
Well there's another Lifer you two beat me to... :( :crazyeyes: :lol: :lol: good job guys, and cool pic Nic... :thumb: jim

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 15th, 2014, 2:04 pm
by simus343
All in situ. Some re-posted pics that I really like, some new. I also don't tweak my photo's after I take them. I have no idea how to mess with computer programs to edit photographs. I tried once, failed miserably, and I myself am fine with natural lighting.

For the snakes, they all saw me before I saw them. I'm not very good at sneaking up on snakes haha - they usually bolt or strike a pose before I notice them.
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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 20th, 2014, 7:10 am
by krismunk
When the subjects are pretty enough even bad photographs can be somewhat pleasing to the eye.

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 29th, 2014, 6:04 am
by AsydaBass
In situ larval Red salamander (Pseudotriton ruber) from NW Georgia.
October 2014

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-Don
www.RainforestDon.com

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 30th, 2014, 5:27 pm
by Owen
While we're doing sallies, Dicamptodon ensatus with dragonfly larva (probably a Pacific Spiketail):

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: November 3rd, 2014, 7:39 am
by Antonsrkn
A teeny little Rhacophorus kajau sitting on leaf, something up above had caught his attention.
ImageR. kajau by antonsrkn, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: November 4th, 2014, 9:02 pm
by chrish
Here's one of my favorite in situ shots. This Viti Barred Treeskink (Emoia trossula) was basking right next to the trail in this little patch of sun on this leaning log.
It sat quite calmly while I took a series of shots. I doubt I could have posed it better.

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Lavena, Taveuni, Fiji.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: November 4th, 2014, 9:42 pm
by Owen
This little YOY Gopher was crawling along a rock outcrop:

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: December 9th, 2014, 7:00 pm
by RobertH
This toad had its eye on a black-bellied slender salamander. I didn't notice the salamander until the photo was on the computer.

ImageHmmmm Lunch by NicholasHess, on Flickr

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 4th, 2015, 8:00 am
by krismunk
I just took a quick glance through these again, enjoyed it and got a craving for more, hence I'm bumping ;)

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: June 4th, 2015, 12:09 pm
by Antonsrkn
Definitely a good idea to bump this one :)

Lowland litter frog (Leptobrachium abbotti) - In my opinion for a natural shot of this species you pretty much have to shoot them in-situ if disturbed they will couch down and no amount of effort can persuade them to assume a natural looking pose again, believe me I have tried and tried. Thus for a nice photo, the only solution is to sneak up on them, most of the time they see you or hear you coming and get scared and huddle down but sometimes I was able to approach them and get a natural in-situ shot.
ImageForest Gargoyle by Anton, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 13th, 2015, 10:41 am
by jack4rogers
Found this looker last night. Accidentally had my shutterspeed at 4 seconds but somehow came out decent(handheld)
ImageSouthern Leopard Frog by Jack Rogers, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 13th, 2015, 12:43 pm
by Antonsrkn
jack4rogers wrote:Found this looker last night. Accidentally had my shutterspeed at 4 seconds but somehow came out decent(handheld)
Your flickr data says: ƒ/5.6 55.0 mm 1/100 400 Flash (on, fired). I think you may be confused about something, that really didn't look like a 4 second handheld exposure to me so I took a look. The shutter speed is 1/100th of a second which sounds much more likely. I thought maybe you confused your aperture with your shutterspeed but its at 5.6 so not sure where the 4 seconds comes from.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 13th, 2015, 2:06 pm
by jack4rogers
Antonsrkn wrote:
jack4rogers wrote:Found this looker last night. Accidentally had my shutterspeed at 4 seconds but somehow came out decent(handheld)
Your flickr data says: ƒ/5.6 55.0 mm 1/100 400 Flash (on, fired). I think you may be confused about something, that really didn't look like a 4 second handheld exposure to me so I took a look. The shutter speed is 1/100th of a second which sounds much more likely. I thought maybe you confused your aperture with your shutterspeed but its at 5.6 so not sure where the 4 seconds comes from.
Oops, must've been one of the other shots that was at 4".
This one:
ImageSouthern Leopard Frog in situ by Jack Rogers, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 13th, 2015, 2:59 pm
by Soopaman
Antonsrkn wrote:
jack4rogers wrote:Found this looker last night. Accidentally had my shutterspeed at 4 seconds but somehow came out decent(handheld)
Your flickr data says: ƒ/5.6 55.0 mm 1/100 400 Flash (on, fired). I think you may be confused about something, that really didn't look like a 4 second handheld exposure to me so I took a look. The shutter speed is 1/100th of a second which sounds much more likely. I thought maybe you confused your aperture with your shutterspeed but its at 5.6 so not sure where the 4 seconds comes from.
If he's shooting in total darkness, the only exposure on the image will be from the brief burst of light provided by the flash. If there's no other sources of light, he could take the photo with flash and swing the camera wildly for a couple seconds while it is still exposing, and really not change the image on the sensor much, other than introducing some noise and maybe slight blurring.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 14th, 2015, 9:23 am
by Antonsrkn
Soopaman wrote:
Antonsrkn wrote:
jack4rogers wrote:Found this looker last night. Accidentally had my shutterspeed at 4 seconds but somehow came out decent(handheld)
Your flickr data says: ƒ/5.6 55.0 mm 1/100 400 Flash (on, fired). I think you may be confused about something, that really didn't look like a 4 second handheld exposure to me so I took a look. The shutter speed is 1/100th of a second which sounds much more likely. I thought maybe you confused your aperture with your shutterspeed but its at 5.6 so not sure where the 4 seconds comes from.
If he's shooting in total darkness, the only exposure on the image will be from the brief burst of light provided by the flash. If there's no other sources of light, he could take the photo with flash and swing the camera wildly for a couple seconds while it is still exposing, and really not change the image on the sensor much, other than introducing some noise and maybe slight blurring.
Ahh yeah that makes sense, didn't think about that.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 18th, 2015, 3:39 pm
by Matt Arnold
Here's a few from the last month or so

ImageTimber Rattlesnake + Northern Copperheads by Matt Arnold, on Flickr

ImageTimber Rattlesnake by Matt Arnold, on Flickr

ImageNorthern Copperhead by Matt Arnold, on Flickr

ImageTimber Rattlesnake by Matt Arnold, on Flickr

ImageTimber Rattlesnake by Matt Arnold, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 19th, 2015, 2:00 pm
by jack4rogers
Probably one of my favorite in situs...
ImageTree frog takes a nap by Jack Rogers, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 22nd, 2015, 2:28 pm
by Kevin Price
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Banded Rock Rattlesnake, Crotalus lepidus klauberi, found on a recent hike in Arizona.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: February 4th, 2016, 8:07 am
by dwakefield
Keeping this thread alive...

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
ImageEastern Diamondback "in situ" by Daniel Wakefield, on Flickr

Florida Cottonmouth
ImageCottonmouth "in situ" by Daniel Wakefield, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: April 18th, 2016, 7:15 am
by kit fox
Juvenile Red Racer - Coluber flagellum piceus

ImageDSC_6463 by Bill, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: April 18th, 2016, 7:20 am
by kit fox
Western Zebra-tailed Lizard - Callisaurus draconoides rhodostictus


ImageDSC_6468 by Bill, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 20th, 2016, 11:25 pm
by Chad M. Lane

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 23rd, 2016, 8:51 pm
by zeevng
Here are a few from across the three countries I've lived and herped in. India, Israel, and California:

India First:

Still my favorite snake to photograph, Common Vine Snake:
ImageCommon vine snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Indian Rock Python waiting for passing prey near a watering hole:
ImageIndian rock python (Python m. molurus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Banded Gecko on an anthill:
ImageDeccan banded gecko (Geckoella deccanensis) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Fence Lizard:
ImageIndian fence lizard/Garden lizard/Calote (Calotes versicolor) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Baby rock python in semi-situ. I hadn't moved it, just approached it's ambush and it recoiled in defense.
ImageIndian rock python (Python m. molurus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr


Now Cali:

Speckled Crote chowing down:
ImageSpeckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus Mitchellii) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

ImageSpeckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus Mitchellii) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Shovel nose:
Image10313492_10152266834774300_3182334659978874642_n by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Just a few from Israel:

Sthenodactylus hanging out:
Imagedune gecko (Sthenodactylus stenodactylus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

An as yet undescribed species of Solifuge:
Imageunknown species of solufugid by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Last but not least, a pretty poor shot from many moons ago, that is still one of my favorites:
ImageCerastes by eryx jhoni, on Flickr



Sorry for the sometimes poor image quality. In-situ doesn't always translate to being ready with your top equipment!
Happy Herping! :beer: :thumb:

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: August 23rd, 2016, 9:30 pm
by Porter
Awesome post! :thumb:

In situ photography is without a doubt, a higher level of field photography. More skill required by the photographer, more respect given to the subjects, and a far more rewarding experience. In the 5-6 years I've been doing this, these are the type of shots I'm most proud of... Cheers to, In situ :beer:


Imagebasking gigas1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageGiant Gartersnake home by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageGiant Gartersnake home by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageperiscopin gigas by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDSC_0800 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDiablo Range Gartersnake by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDiablo Range Gartersnake by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDiablo Range Gartersnake by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDiablo Range Gartersnake by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCalifornia Red-legged Frog by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCalifornia Red-legged Frog insitu by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageablue by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBlainville Horned Lizard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBlainville Horned Lizard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBlainville Horned Lizard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBlainville Horned Lizard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: September 8th, 2016, 9:25 am
by Chaitanya
zeevng wrote:Here are a few from across the three countries I've lived and herped in. India, Israel, and California:

India First:

Still my favorite snake to photograph, Common Vine Snake:
ImageCommon vine snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Indian Rock Python waiting for passing prey near a watering hole:
ImageIndian rock python (Python m. molurus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Banded Gecko on an anthill:
ImageDeccan banded gecko (Geckoella deccanensis) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Fence Lizard:
ImageIndian fence lizard/Garden lizard/Calote (Calotes versicolor) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Baby rock python in semi-situ. I hadn't moved it, just approached it's ambush and it recoiled in defense.
ImageIndian rock python (Python m. molurus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr


Now Cali:

Speckled Crote chowing down:
ImageSpeckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus Mitchellii) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

ImageSpeckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus Mitchellii) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Shovel nose:
Image10313492_10152266834774300_3182334659978874642_n by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Just a few from Israel:

Sthenodactylus hanging out:
Imagedune gecko (Sthenodactylus stenodactylus) by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

An as yet undescribed species of Solifuge:
Imageunknown species of solufugid by eryx jhoni, on Flickr

Last but not least, a pretty poor shot from many moons ago, that is still one of my favorites:
ImageCerastes by eryx jhoni, on Flickr



Sorry for the sometimes poor image quality. In-situ doesn't always translate to being ready with your top equipment!
Happy Herping! :beer: :thumb:
That gecko is Hemidactylus sp. either maculatus or triedrus and not Deccan banded gecko.

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: September 22nd, 2016, 2:32 am
by Porter
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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: September 22nd, 2016, 2:33 am
by Porter
Imageswallows 2 watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageswallows 1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageLove 1 watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagebuzzard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageSquirk by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageSquirk by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageTree Sunset by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageWestern Skink by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageJack Rabbt by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageEgret hunting grounds by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageEgret Hunting by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDSC_1551 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageEgret by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageVariable Checkerspots on Buckeye by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBlainville Horned Lizard by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCabbage White by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCabbage White by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCabbage White by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCabbage White by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCabbage White by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageAnise Swallowtail by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageHover Fly by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageHover Fly by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBee Clarkia by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageCucumber Beetle on Chia by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageMonarch1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageMonarch4 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageTiger Salamander Larva by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageClouded Sulpher by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageClouded Sulpher by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagesunset by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagesunset2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagedaddy longleg by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imaged1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imaged2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imaged9 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 butterfly watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 gigas swim watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 gigas swimm watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 gigas to by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 gigas swim 2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 gigas swimmm by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBullfrog watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageBurrowing Owl Blur by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Image0 Ghost of Gound owl by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageEgret watermark 1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageEgret 2 watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImagePelican 6 best watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagepelican 7 look out below watermark by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagebats by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagefly by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageyj by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagejs2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagehb2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagewasp2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagegs1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagews by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagews2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageKilldeer by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageKilldeer on nest by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageGopher Snake insitu by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImagePacific Gopher Snake Insitu by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageaba by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageaaq by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageat1 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageobscure by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagemud wasp rest warming 2 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagemud wasp rest warming by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagemud wasp scoping a spider den by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imageroad sun by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagethundersatch by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageThunderstorm and Lighting by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDSC_0723 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageDSC_0565 by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageRed-eared Slider by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagesunset tree watermarked by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Imagesunset o darker by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageLove by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

ImageLonely tree sunset by California Reptile & Amphibian Appreciation, on Flickr

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: October 15th, 2016, 7:15 am
by Porter

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: November 4th, 2016, 1:02 pm
by Chad M. Lane

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: January 27th, 2017, 12:13 pm
by krismunk
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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: January 27th, 2017, 4:03 pm
by simus343
This thread needs to be a thing again.

One of my favorite in-situ shots that I've ever taken.

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: January 28th, 2017, 8:22 am
by NACairns
Great stuff! Here are a few from this fall:
ImageColuber constrictor by N Cairns, on Flickr
ImageCrotalus viridis by N Cairns, on Flickr
ImageCrotalus viridis by N Cairns, on Flickr
Best,
Nick

Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: January 28th, 2017, 11:06 am
by krismunk
A few sunny Greek lizards...

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Re: It's been too long since we've had an in situ theme thre

Posted: January 30th, 2017, 10:57 pm
by Chad M. Lane