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lemon trillium, Trillium luteum Appalachian endemic, yellow trillium, yellow wakerobin, Appalachian endemic, Ash Hopper Trail, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tenessee TN, Sugarlands , TrilliumL7113s13.tif TrilliumL7113s13 April, 24
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lemon trillium, Trillium
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Madagascar Hissing Cockroach, Gromphadorhina portentosa, Nature Center, Gulf Shores State Park, Gulf Shores, Alabama, AL, USA, CockroachMH17667psww.tif
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Madagascar Hissing Cockroach,
Gromphadorhina portentosa,...

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Winter Mushroom, Flammulina velutipes, Velvet-foot, Enoki, Enokitake, Nixon State Park, Pennsylvania; York, USA; FlammulinaV14757s.tif
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Winter Mushroom, Flammulina
velutipes, Velvet-foot,...

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sally lightfoot crabs, Grapsus grapsus, , Lava flow, Santiago Island, James Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South America; invertebrate, crustacean, crab,  bird, seabird,  animals, wildlife,  CrabSL7990zs_P.tiff
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sally lightfoot crabs, Grapsus
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Winter Mushroom, Flammulina velutipes, Velvet-foot, Enoki, Enokitake, Nixon State Park, Pennsylvania; York, USA; FlammulinaV14756s.tif
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Winter Mushroom, Flammulina
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giraffe weevil, Trachelophorus giraffa, is a weevil endemic to Madagascar.[Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, BeetleG2026xs.tif
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giraffe weevil, Trachelophorus
giraffa, is...

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Radiated Tortoise, Astrochelys radiata, Madagascar endemic, rare, endangered, endangered species; Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, TortoiseR88223_PL.tiff
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Radiated Tortoise, Astrochelys
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giraffe weevil, Trachelophorus giraffa, is a weevil endemic to Madagascar.[Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, BeetleG2003_PL.tiff
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Radiated Tortoise, Astrochelys radiata, Madagascar endemic, rare, endangered, endangered species; Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, TortoiseR64903_PL.tiff
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Radiated Tortoise, Astrochelys
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauxi, or the white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. The fur is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food.Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, SifakaV0318_PL.tiff
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus
verreauxi, or...

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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauxi, or the white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. The fur is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food.Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, SifakaV0324s5.tif
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus
verreauxi, or...

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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauxi, or the white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. The fur is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food.Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, SifakaV0308_PL.tiff
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus
verreauxi, or...


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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauxi, or the white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. The fur is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food.Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, SifakaV0252_PL.tiff
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus
verreauxi, or...

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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauxi, or the white sifaka, is a medium sized primate in one of the lemur families, Indriidae. It lives in Madagascar and can be found in a variety of habitats from rainforest to western Madagascar dry deciduous forests and dry and spiny forests. The fur is thick and silky and generally white with brown on the sides, top of the head, and on the arms. Like all sifakas, it has a long tail that it uses as a balance when leaping from tree to tree. However, its body is so highly adapted to an arboreal existence that on the ground its only means of locomotion is hopping. The species lives in small troops which forage for food.Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, SifakaV0224_PL.tiff
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Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus
verreauxi, or...

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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD8018_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
diadema, or...

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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD8017s5.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7994_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
diadema, or...

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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD8005s_5.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
diadema, or...

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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7725s5.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7823_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7630s5.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7557xs.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD7520s.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD4811_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD4689_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD4661sc.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD4651_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD4653s.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD2074xs.tif
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD2054_PL.tiff
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diademed sifaka, Propithecus diadema, or diademed simpona, or dancing safaka, is an endangered species of sifaka, one of the lemurs endemic to certain rainforests in eastern Madagascar. is also known by the Malagasy names simpona, simpony and ankomba joby. Andasibe National Park Perinet, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, SifakaD2058xs.tif
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white-browed hawk-owl, Ninox superciliaris or white-browed owl is a species of owl in the Strigidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, OwlWB0664xse.tif
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white-browed hawk-owl, Ninox superciliaris or white-browed owl is a species of owl in the Strigidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, OwlWB0664s.tif
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Analamazaotra Bulbous Orchid, Bulbophyllum analamazoatrae, orchid, micro orchid, epiphyte, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, the species is endemic to Madagascar, and is only found in Toamasina and Antsiranana, endangered species, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, Africa12D1535.CR2
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Analamazaotra Bulbous Orchid,
Bulbophyllum
analamazoatrae,...

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orchid, micro orchid, epiphyte, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, Africa12D1535.CR2
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Madagascar Nightjar Caprimulgus madagascariensis,  Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, NightjarM2758s.tif
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Madagascar Nightjar
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC7468s5.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC7465s.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC7447xs.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC7447s.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC6806xs.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC1912.TIF
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Marasmius sp, fungi, mushroom; Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, Marasmius64401s5.tif
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collared nightjar, Gactornis enarratus, is a species of nightjar in the Caprimulgidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland rainforest forests and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, NightjarC1911_PL.tiff
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gray mouse lemur, Microcebus murinus; one of the smallest primates; Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, LemurGM62718_PL.tiff
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Death's Head Hawkmoth, Acherontia atropos, sphinx moths, Sphingidae, hawk moths,  hornworms,larva, larvae, Lepidoptera, convergent evolution, swing-hovering; all three species within the genus Acherontia are capable of producing a "squeak" from the pharynx, a response triggered by external agitation. The moth sucks in air, causing an internal flap between the mouth and throat to vibrate at a rapid speed. The "squeak" described is produced upon the exhalation when the flap is open. Due to its unusual method of producing sound, the squeak created by Acherontia atropos is especially startling.[5] Another hypothesis suggests that the squeak relates to the moth's honey bee hive raiding habits. The squeak produced from this moth mimics the piping noise produced from a honey bee hive's queen, a noise in which she utilizes to signal the worker bees to stop moving.[5 WIKI.) Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, . Madagascar: Africa, Sphinx2170s5.jpg
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Death's Head Hawkmoth,
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Death's Head Hawkmoth, Acherontia atropos, sphinx moths, Sphingidae, hawk moths,  hornworms,larva, larvae, Lepidoptera, convergent evolution, swing-hovering; all three species within the genus Acherontia are capable of producing a "squeak" from the pharynx, a response triggered by external agitation. The moth sucks in air, causing an internal flap between the mouth and throat to vibrate at a rapid speed. The "squeak" described is produced upon the exhalation when the flap is open. Due to its unusual method of producing sound, the squeak created by Acherontia atropos is especially startling.[5] Another hypothesis suggests that the squeak relates to the moth's honey bee hive raiding habits. The squeak produced from this moth mimics the piping noise produced from a honey bee hive's queen, a noise in which she utilizes to signal the worker bees to stop moving.[5 WIKI.) Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, . Madagascar: Africa, Sphinx1761a137.jpg
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Four Spot Red clear-wing butterfly, Acraea dammii, butterfly, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar: Africa, ButterflyRCW9982xs5.jpg
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Ambatoharanana Giant Treefrog,  Cophyla tuberifera,  Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, Madagascar: Africa, FrogT2264.jpg
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Ambatoharanana Giant Treefrog,
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Ambatoharanana Giant Treefrog,  Cophyla tuberifera,  Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, Madagascar: Africa, FrogT2260_PL.jpg
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indri, Indri indri, also called the babakoto, is the largest living lemurs, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, Indri6612s5.tif
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indri, Indri indri, also called the babakoto, is the largest living lemurs, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, It is the best park for the indri, the largest lemur, and two of the 62 resident groups have been habituated, making them easy to see. There are eight other species of lemur in Andasibe and the most commonly seen include the grey bamboo lemurs, brown lemurs and woolly lemurs. There are some wonderful chameleons in the reserve including the two-foot long Parson's chameleon and the tiny nose-horned chameleon. Frogs are plentiful and birding highlights include Madagascar blue pigeon, coral-billed nuthatches and the Madagascar long-eared owl. There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and diademed sifaka. Madagascar: Africa, Indri6635s5.tif
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Lined Day Gecko, Phelsuma lineata, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, Madagascar endemic; Madagascar: Africa, GeckoLD688285PL.jpg
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Malagasy Paradise Flycatcher, Terpsiphone mutata, is a species of bird in the Monarchidae family. It is found in Comoros, Madagascar, and Mayotte. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.This species is a regional endemic found on Madagascar, Mayotte and the Comoros islands. Females are rufous and males black and white; Africa; Madagascar, FlycatcherMP5097s.tif
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Pandanus Frog, Guibemantis pulcher, Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Perinet reserve, Perinet's rainforest, .endemic Madagascar,  Madagascar: Africa, FrogT2256d39.jpg
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Pandanus Frog, Guibemantis
pulcher, Andasibe...

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Malagasy Paradise Flycatcher, Terpsiphone mutata, is a species of bird in the Monarchidae family. It is found in Comoros, Madagascar, and Mayotte. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.This species is a regional endemic found on Madagascar, Mayotte and the Comoros islands. Females are rufous and males black and white; Africa; Madagascar, FlycatcherMP5034xs.tif
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Malagasy Paradise Flycatcher,
Terpsiphone mutata,...


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