Saludos desede la República Dominicana!
I’m just past the middle of a 6 week trip to the eastern half of Hispaniola to collect specimens and ecological data for geckos of the genus Sphaerodactylus as part of my thesis work. I’m here for the most part with photographer, naturalist, and fellow adventurer Miguel Landestoy. We’ve had a number of ups and downs already and I figured it is time to share some photos from one of our first nigths in the field when we stumbled upon a honey hole of rare anoles. Since Anolis fowleri is such a rarely seen and poorly known beast, here are some photos of a pair and their habitat. (sorry to keep this post short, but I’m here for geckos after all and am completely exhausted)
30+ Anolis insolitus
100+ Anolis etheridgei
5 Anolis fowleri