Another fascinating part of field herping, along with all the other natural wonders we encounter, is the invertebrates! This forum is dedicated to both field and captive invertebrates.
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You got that right, Dan.They hardly ever sit still long enough.
There were 5 or 6 digging burrows in a patch of sugar sand, about a meter in diameter. This was in the FL panhandle.
I was going to do a video of them escavating, then a car parked right over top of the escavations. We couldn't wait; we had to leave.