Field trip in Venezuela


La Salle natural history museum of Caracas (MHNLS)


"Barrios" of Caracas


View of Caracas


In the Cordillera de la Costa


A Mabuya from the Cordillera de la Costa


Golofa porteri, Dynastidae, Cordillera de la Costa


Cloud forest in the Cordillera de la Costa


Euspondylus acutirostris, cloud forest


Cloud forest


Sand Dunes, Péninsulá de Paraguaná Falcon state,


Cactus at Paraguaná


Scorpion mud turtle, Kinosternon scorpioides


Cesar Barrio-Amoros and Gilson Rivas sampling blood on the turttle


Anolis onca


Boa constrictor


Cerro Santa Ana, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Giant Ameiva, Ameiva ameiva


Thamnodynastes paraguanae


Goat, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


A gremlin ?


Dwarf Gecko, Gonatodes vittatus, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Falcon's Mabouya, Mabuya falconensis, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


xx, Péninsulá de Paraguaná




Female Cnemidophorus l. splendidus, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Male Cnemidophorus l. splendidus, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Blue Tarentulas Chromatopelma cyanopubescens, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Overheating !


Lake covered by floating plants, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


A brightly colored frog xxx, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Anolis auratus, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Thecadactylus rapicauda, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


xxx, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


toad, Péninsulá de Paraguaná


Scorpion, Péninsulá de Paraguaná



"the Mabuya team"! From left to right: Tito Barros, Me, Gilson Rivas,
Adeymi Chavez, Cesar Barrio and the chief of the Reserva Biologica de Monte Cano


Serpentarium


Sunset near Porto La Cruz, , Antzoategui state


Baby Geochelone carbonaria turttle, near Porto La Cruz, Antzoategui state


Near the Turimiquire massif


Mountain of the Turimiquire massif


A quite dangerous way...


Camp in the Turimiquire


- "Definitely, Venezuela is a nice country"