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A week in the Las Vegas Area - May 17-24

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Posted by: tspuckler at Thu May 29 09:30:44 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tspuckler ]  
   

Plateau Fence Lizards were the most commonly seen reptile inhabitants in the Cerbat Mountains (AZ).


Arizona Stripe-tailed Scorpion.


A Gopher Snake that was crossing the road in the daytime.


Western Diamondback Rattlesnake seen crossing the road at night.


Spiny Lizard.


A Clark County Gopher Snake.


A family of Long-eared Owls.


Zebra-tail Lizard.


Longnose Snake.


Close-up of the same Longnose snake pictured above.


A pair of Sagebrush Lizards.


Female Sagebrush Lizard.


Indian Paintbrush.


Male Sagebrush Lizard doing "push ups."


Red Rock Canyon.


Desert Night Lizard.


There is a creek in the canyon that supports a variety of wildlife - Sierran Treefrog.


Western Blind Snake.


Desert Glossy Snake.


Speckled Rattlesnake.


The snake in its "natural habitat."


Zebra-tail Lizard.


The smallest Glossy Snake I've ever found, probably one of last year's hatchlings.


A Spiny Lizard/Chuckwalla combo.


"Groovy" rocks.


Western Whiptail.


Desert Iguana.


Gopher Snake.

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Darkling Beetle.


Chuckwalla.


Patchnose Snake.


California Kingsnake.


Yellow-bellied Bee Assassin.


Black-tailed Jackrabbit.


Herp habitat.


Plateau Fence Lizard.


Before I knew it, my trip had come to a close. It sure was fun while it lasted.



ThirdEye Herp


   

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