Tag Archives: Amphibians

Axolotl: An Amphibian

So, that’s the NaPoWriMo refrain for the day. How about some more amphibians? Can you ID them? Brought to you, with love, from that awesome axolotl:  Now I can settle into my journey and do an axolotl design, because … Continue reading

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Out of this World Olm

oh, yeah; it’s an olm: take a gander Homer’s Old Man of the Sea hail the pale protean deity terrific three-toed, two-toed salamander! The olm was used by Charles Darwin in his famous On the Origin of Species as an example … Continue reading

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‘Tis a Tree Frog

Can you see me? Oh, hi! Such camouflage. The NYPL PD picture I built this on names it a tree toad. Not three-toed. Its scientific name is Hyla versicolor (Wikipedia):  As the scientific name implies, gray tree frogs are variable in … Continue reading

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