Herps in Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí region

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David Broek
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Herps in Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí region

Post by David Broek » November 16th, 2016, 11:39 am

Hi fellow herpeto-lovers,

First let me introduce myself, my name is David, Dutch student Wildlife Management and at the moment in Costa Rica for 5 months internship. During the two months that I am already here in Costa Rica, I saw a lot of different frogs and reptiles (unfortunately no salamanders yet). I tried to identify all of them, sometimes in the field or sometimes later on from the picture. For most of the species I am pretty sure I got the right species, but for some it was hard. So, I decided to register me on this forum and ask you guys for help. Hopefully there are some experts here who can say if the ID is right or not for the following pictures. Many thanks in advance, and I promise to post a report of all of my sightings with many more pictures after my stay here in Costa Rica.
1.ImageAnolis humilis by David Broek, on Flickr
2.ImageAnolis humilis by David Broek, on Flickr
3.ImageHemidactylus garnotii by David Broek, on Flickr
4.ImageCraugastor bransfordii by David Broek, on Flickr
5.ImageCraugastor megacephalus2 by David Broek, on Flickr
6.ImageCraugastor mimus by David Broek, on Flickr
7.ImageCraugastor noblei2 by David Broek, on Flickr
8.ImageCraugastor gollmeri by David Broek, on Flickr
9.ImageCraugastor spec. by David Broek, on Flickr
10.ImageCraugastor polyptychus by David Broek, on Flickr
11.ImageCraugastor spec. by David Broek, on Flickr
12.ImageCraugastor crassidigitus by David Broek, on Flickr
13.ImageCraugastor gollmeri by David Broek, on Flickr
14.ImageCraugastor mimus by David Broek, on Flickr
15.ImagePristimantis cerasinus by David Broek, on Flickr
16.ImageCraugastor fitzingeri by David Broek, on Flickr
17.ImageSmilisca sordida by David Broek, on Flickr

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