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Jeff Lemm
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Post by Jeff Lemm » July 29th, 2019, 5:56 pm

We had our second Cuba Herpetology and Natural History Tour in June, 2019 and found around 60 species of herps, a well as numerous birds, invertebrates, ocean life, plants, and a few mammals. We have a unique program in that we work with Cuban scientists, engaging in citizen science, often with published results. Here are a few pics form the recent trip. If you would like to legally visit Cuba, go to and see upcoming tours. Our next trip is Sept 29-Oct 8, 2019, hope you can make it! ... tory-2019/
Prehensile-tailed hutia
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) barbatus
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) chamaeleonides
75-iguana (1 of 1).jpg
Cyclura nubila
210-bee humm (1 of 1).jpg
Cuban bee hummingbird
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Cuban trogans
139-cave (1 of 1).jpg
cave in Vinales
122-boa (1 of 1).jpg
Chilabothrus angulifer
103-iguana (1 of 1).jpg
Cyclura nubila
81-WIwood_nest (1 of 1).jpg
West Indian woodpecker
65-T_melan (1 of 1).jpg
Tropidophis melanurus
21b - luteo (1 of 1).jpg
Anolis luteogularis
13-Pfustiger (1 of 1).jpg
Peltophryne fustiger
7-feicki (1 of 1).jpg
Tropidophis feicki

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Re: Cuba

Post by DRDAN » August 1st, 2019, 4:27 pm

Nice pic of Cam!

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Re: Cuba

Post by Jeff Lemm » August 2nd, 2019, 6:28 am

LOL, I was wondering if anyone would catch that!

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