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- by FeralSeraph
artist comments: This little guy, we found him in Temecula, CA
I'm guessing it's a juvenile, based on size, but I'm not entirely sure what kind of lizard it is.
guesses: side-blotched lizard, blue belly lizard
- by Mouselemur
artist comments: My guess is, this is some kind of Salamandridae, but have no idea to what subfamily or genus he belongs. I just thought he was funny Ouwehands, the Netherlands
- by Manon-Blutsanguen
artist comments: if someone can please tell me what species this is, so i can put on the description, i would be very thankful.
guesses: Hyla cinerea, Litoria nudidigitus
- by DiNoDrAwEr
guesses: map turtle, red eared slider
- by XSini
guesses: basilisk lizard, monitor, uromastyx genus
- by Blind-Sparrow
artist comments: I saw this guy in South of Thailand (Krabi) too near a bog which was also near a pool and the beach and right after this he quickly jumped into a bush. He wasn't to small, a little bit bigger than your palm.
guesses: tomato frog
- by PredatorGrace
artist comments: I know this is a corn snake but I don't know what kinda corn snake he is.
guesses: reverse okeetee, butter, creamsicle
- description and :thumb211856234: by Phoenix-Kat
artist comments: There's a snake hanging around my yard and I think it's eating up the geckos. My mom and I saw two of them mating or fighting. I even pulled up some sheaded skin and am going to give it to the reptile obsessed neighbor boy. I want to relocate the snake someplace else so it isn't tempted to eat any more lizards or bite the dogs but I'm afraid to because I don't know if it is venomus or not. I think it might be a Texas Patchnose snake but I'm not sure.
guesses: Texas Patchnose, garter snake
artist comments: The frog pictures is taken in the rain forest along the Kinabatangan river, Sabah, Borneo.
guesses: Theloderma genus (leprosum?)
- by wyrmaster
artist comments: Caecilian. Found in central Costa Rica, dark purple and about 18 inches long.
guesses: Typhlonectles natans, Dermophis something, Blanus strauchi
- by theonlysong
artist comments: i THINK this is a spotted turtle at least i did when i first found it... but now looking it up again i'm not really sure... so HELP PLEASE!
guesses: box turtle, Clemmys guttata
- comments.deviantart.com/5/3065… comment by Synaesthetik
Puget Sound Blues: I am almost sure that all of my snakes that were of these colors: cerulean blue, bright blue, powder blue, aqua, lime green, grass green, and mint green were of that species. The mint one was actually a very cool snake, I wish I could remember its name....