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European Honey-Buzzard Pernis apivorus

Observer

fayneconnelly

Date

February 18, 2019 09:45 AM SAST

Description

Flew over me and went in hot pursuit of him to try get some photographs. Each time I got too close flew on to another tree... lugging a tripod and camera through creepers and bushes eventually got my chance. Grey-Go-away birds were making a racket and didn't let up, making quite sure his presence was well known to all. Interesting is we have a large number of wild bee hives around at the moment and wasp nests and have read the Honey buzzard preferred diet is wasp and bees.

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fayneconnelly

Date

April 11, 2019 12:45 PM SAST

Description

While loosening a tree tag on an A. karroo, a flash of orange caught my eye so removed the tag completely to see what it was.. The tiniest frog no more than 3 cm was holding on to the bark with its orangy red stubby suckers/toes. It blended in perfectly against the bark. Then as it began trying to escape the bright orange flash on the inner side of the limbs as it crawled rapidly up the trunk was noticeable. As it became motionless it was impossible to see. The overall colour was non descript. Is this a young painted reed frog or a subspecies?

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nick_schaller

Date

March 30, 2019 06:44 PM SAST

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colin25

Date

March 30, 2019 11:34 AM SAST

Description

The female was motionless, the male moving around.

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Woollylegs Genus Lachnocnema

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suncana

Date

March 29, 2019 07:58 PM SAST

Description

CRG: 150

A very rare and a very special sight. I will give rearing it a bash.

Chrysalis: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/21991269

Butterfly: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/22649191

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Namibian Wolf Snake Lycophidion namibianum

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frankcolacicco

Date

January 23, 2011 11:48 PM HST

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Anchieta's Dwarf Python Python anchietae

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frankcolacicco

Date

November 10, 2009 01:35 AM HST

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Cape Coral Snake Aspidelaps lubricus

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frankcolacicco

Date

November 13, 2013 07:23 PM HST

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Fornasini's Spiny Reed Frog Afrixalus fornasini

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alexanderr

Date

January 14, 2016

Description

leaf folding frog


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Transvaal Klipspringer Oreotragus oreotragus ssp. transvaalensis

Date

July 28, 2018 04:05 PM CET

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Many-horned Adder Bitis cornuta

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kevinatbrakputs

Date

June 9, 2017 05:19 PM SAST

Description

Length 25-30 cm

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Aurora House Snake Lamprophis aurora

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jouberth

Date

February 17, 2019 01:27 PM SAST

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Karoo Sand Snake Psammophis notostictus

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annemcleod

Date

March 6, 2019 11:44 AM SAST

Description

Striped snake with lizard prey

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Namaqua Plated Lizard Gerrhosaurus typicus

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alexanderr

Date

February 22, 2018 06:40 PM SAST

Description

PEM voucher

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Southern African Wildcat Felis silvestris ssp. cafra

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kevinatbrakputs

Date

June 9, 2016 04:55 AM SAST

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Aardwolf Proteles cristata

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kevinatbrakputs

Date

July 11, 2017 05:13 PM SAST

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African Leopard Panthera pardus ssp. pardus

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kevinatbrakputs

Date

August 13, 2017 05:33 PM SAST

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jangroen

Date

December 16, 2014

Description

Large or small spotted?


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Garden Snail Cornu aspersum

Observer

colin25

Date

March 1, 2019 08:51 AM SAST

Place

Bergville (Google, OSM)

Description

Some how the cannibal snail got stuck in the shell of the victim, a garden snail.

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colin25

Date

March 1, 2019 08:51 AM SAST

Place

Bergville (Google, OSM)

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Forest Elfin Sarangesa motozi

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suncana

Date

February 21, 2019 06:07 PM SAST

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Cape Wolf Snake Lycophidion capense

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claudeleroy

Date

February 15, 2019 09:55 AM SAST

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Angulate Tortoise Chersina angulata

Observer

colin25

Date

February 13, 2019 10:31 AM SAST

Description

Two males fighting. Just surprised to see the attempts by the victor to bite the vanquished. Fight ended when the victor decided to "attack" me at full tortoise speed, mouth agape. "Chased" some 20m, allowing me to return to the victim and right it.

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suncana

Date

February 9, 2019 04:54 PM SAST

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callumevans

Date

February 12, 2017

Description

Provincial Rarity


One of nine recorded birds in the area. Only one we saw. And a lifer for me

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Bamboo Viper Trimeresurus gramineus

Observer

prasannaparab

Date

March 23, 2014

Description

Bamboo Pit Viper (Trimeresurus gramineus Shaw, 1802).

Habitat: It is found in bamboo groves and forests, usually near streams.

The range of this species has been restricted to southern India. It is also rarely seen near Harishchandragad and some other mountain ranges of Western Ghats aka Sahyadris in Maharashtra.

SURPRISED TO SEE SUCH A CASUAL YAWN, THANKS TO OUR CAMERAS THESE DAYS, THEY HAPPEN TO HELP IN SUCH MOMENTS, TAKEN WITH CANON 100-400MM SO HAD PROBLEMS WITH DEPTH OF FIELD.

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African Pied Starling Lamprotornis bicolor

Observer

karoopixie

Date

October 17, 2015 02:47 PM SAST

Description

This was a fascinating observation. The Pied Starlings heard the European Starling babies begging in the nest. The social imperative in the Pieds is so strong, that they started bringing food for the Euros.

Pied Starlings have such incredibly close clan bonds, and it's so sweet to see how they look after each other and never fight about food. All members of the clan feed the children (parents can have up to 7 helpers), but I didn't realise that the begging calls of another species could set off their clan instincts like this!

I don't recall if I saw the Pieds actually feed the Euro babies, but they did keep bringing food and sitting next to the nest.

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European Honey-Buzzard Pernis apivorus

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suncana

Date

January 11, 2019 09:29 AM SAST

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Western Natal Green Snake Philothamnus natalensis ssp. occidentalis

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campbellfleming

Date

December 21, 2018 09:15 AM SAST

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Natal Black Snake Macrelaps microlepidotus

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gerberannette

Date

December 27, 2018

Description

Photo and sighting by Sonia Vorster, a friend of mine in St Lucia.

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Egg-eating Snake Dasypeltis scabra

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willemvzyl

Date

October 14, 2018 07:18 AM SAST

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Brown Argonaut Argonauta hians

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alexanderr

Date

December 21, 2018 01:21 PM SAST

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Crowned Eagle Stephanoaetus coronatus

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suncana

Date

December 22, 2018 10:41 AM SAST

Description

Stopped by to show off its breakfast.

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Southern Serval Leptailurus serval ssp. serval

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wynand_uys

Date

November 11, 2012

Description

Serval


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Red-lipped Snake Crotaphopeltis hotamboeia

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jouberth

Date

December 18, 2018 12:05 AM SAST

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Flag Mantis Polyspilota aeruginosa

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bushboy

Date

December 16, 2018 08:18 AM SAST

Description

Fierce mum hoards her eggs


Our en-suite bathroom window upstairs seems a popular spot for mantis oothecae. Fortunately we never close the windows completely.
This large female placed (laid?) her ootheca sometime during the night of 15 December.
Despite all the clambering about and flashing to try to get the pics she's stayed put near her eggs and is still there this morning, 17 December.

Correction

: She wasn't guarding her eggs at all! She was hanging about to produce ANOTHER ootheca! Which she did about 300 mm from the first, on the inner lip of the same window frame (see dated pic, added). By 10 o'clock on 17 December, the fresh ootheca was there and she was gone.

See the Vervets, one of which from the same local troop, ate the Mantid egg-cases: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/19116316

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Common Slug-Eater Duberria lutrix

Observer

bionerds

Date

December 8, 2018 08:45 AM SAST

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Southern Fiscal [Collaris] Lanius collaris ssp. collaris

Observer

karoopixie

Date

November 16, 2015 05:16 PM SAST

Description

Fiscal dinging cobra. The snake had a rough day, but finally made it to cover and respite from the relentless attacks.

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Cape Cobra Naja nivea

Observer

karoopixie

Date

November 16, 2015 05:16 PM SAST

Description

Cobra dinged by Fiscal. Cobra had had a bit of a rough day, and was trying to get to cover to avoid further harasment.

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suncana

Date

November 25, 2018 04:28 PM SAST

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Meerkat Suricata suricatta

Observer

kfinn

Date

March 20, 2014 10:43 AM EDT

Description

Dominant male spent about 3-6 minutes digging a hole and came up with a bicolored quill snake (Xenocalamus bicolor bicolor) in his mouth. He quickly and repeatedly bit the head. If any other meerkats approached he would growl at them. Eventually he ran off with his prize to avoid it being stolen. He consumed all of it.

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Bicoloured Quill-snouted Snake Xenocalamus bicolor ssp. bicolor

Observer

kfinn

Date

March 7, 2015 10:00 PM SAST

Description

Individual was observed at night (time estimated) just after a heavy rain crawling around buildings at the research station. It was still raining lightly when found. It was removed and photographed the next day and released in the same area. Time is estimated, it was well after dinner but not before midnight.

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Cape Cobra Naja nivea

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willemvzyl

Date

December 3, 2018 04:50 PM SAST

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Slender Quill-snouted Snake Xenocalamus bicolor

Observer

kfinn

Date

March 20, 2014 10:43 AM SAST

Description

Individual dug up and eaten by a meerkat.

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Striped Quill-snouted Snake Xenocalamus bicolor ssp. lineatus

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nick_schaller

Date

December 25, 2017 10:32 AM SAST

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colin25

Date

November 26, 2018 07:04 PM SAST

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Cape House Snake Boaedon capensis

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wynand_uys

Date

November 23, 2018 04:15 AM SAST

Description

Seen early morning outside my office front door, constricting a large gecko that, in turn, had a grip on the snake. Fortunately for the snake the gecko only had hold of a skin flap at the snake's throat, narrowly missing its trachea.
I placed an inverted basket over the pair so that the drama could play out undisturbed by foot traffic.
Later, when I removed the basket it was evident that the snake has prevailed. Only sign of the gecko was a lump in the snake.

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African Long-tailed Seps Tetradactylus africanus

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claudeleroy

Date

November 22, 2018 03:06 PM SAST

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Southern African Python Python natalensis

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jouberth

Date

November 11, 2018 11:36 AM SAST

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Spider Wasps Family Pompilidae

Observer

wynand_uys

Date

January 31, 2013

Description

Wasp mugs spider


A pisaurid spider fell from a tree and bounced off my head, unto a cobblestone. As I stooped down to photograph it, a wasp scurried around on my head, looking for its quarry. I only got one shot of the live spider (see other ob) before the wasp found where it had gone and swooped it away unto the sand. Then followed about 2 seconds of sparring (pic 1) and the wasp landed a good sting (pic 2). Several more stings followed and within 10 seconds the spider was limp. The wasp then broke off all its legs, preparing it for tandem flight. The last pic shows the wasp grasping the legless spider before take-off.

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African Leopard Panthera pardus ssp. pardus

Observer

tonyrebelo

Date

April 14, 2007

Description

Leopard


The next day the Leopard was back at the reptile traps, but this time Marius got hold of my camera and took the pictures!

DO NOT TRY THIS: LEOPARDS ARE DANGEROUS.

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Natal Purple-glossed Snake Amblyodipsas concolor

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sakevwyk

Date

January 13, 2018 07:53 AM SAST

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Southern Vine Snake Thelotornis capensis ssp. capensis

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wynand_uys

Date

October 28, 2018 01:11 PM SAST

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Egg-eating Snake Dasypeltis scabra

Observer

jacquesmerwe923

Date

October 28, 2018 09:16 PM SAST

Description

Hmm, this is why we dont have any chicks this year. At least 11 eggs have gone missing, found out why tonight.

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Mole Snake Pseudaspis cana

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jouberth

Date

October 28, 2018 10:44 AM SAST

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Common Brown Water Snake Lycodonomorphus rufulus

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janinesa

Date

March 8, 2017 04:29 PM SAST

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Grey Foam-nest Tree Frog Chiromantis xerampelina

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happyasacupcake

Date

October 12, 2018 07:30 AM SAST

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Mole Snake Pseudaspis cana

Observer

cati

Date

September 17, 2018 12:29 PM SAST

Description

#notroadkill

First draft of description:
Playing dead, it turned back into the bush after a few minutes.
Interesting sculptural effect. Is this a stop motion of muscle movement?

Additional information added in response to questions in comments below.
Snake: completely unmoving as if "frozen" for a few minutes. Surface contours present and unchanged, until just before it turn around back into the bush.

What happened:
We were driving, when I saw "something on the road ahead". We drove up slowly to get a better view.

We stopped the car less than 5m from, what was by then clearly, a snake. It had not moved from the time that we spotted it some distance before.

I was intrigued by surface contours. Stupidly and reflexively, I got out of the car from the passenger side. I came around the back of the car to get clearer photos. It did not move for perhaps a minute or so.

When one of our friends in the car behind us also got out, I came to my senses. Almost as soon as I said not to get any closer, that it might be playing dead, the snake turned around returning to the bush.

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Southern Adder Bitis armata

Observer

martinafynbos

Date

September 5, 2012 05:26 PM SAST

Description

Baby Southern Adder (cute!!)

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Southern Bushbuck Tragelaphus scriptus ssp. sylvaticus

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colin25

Date

October 1, 2018 02:26 PM SAST

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Southern African Dwarf Chameleons Genus Bradypodion

Observer

tyroneping

Date

March 20, 2015 07:33 PM SAST

Description

Bradypodion sp "emerald" Dwarf Chameleon. Once though to be B.dracomontanum but now is known as an undescribed taxa.

Found alongside a stream on reeds.

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Ants, Bees, Wasps, and Sawflies Order Hymenoptera

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suncana

Date

September 29, 2018 04:02 PM SAST

Description

The sneaky parasite and what is left of its host.

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Darter Anhinga rufa ssp. rufa

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colin25

Date

September 23, 2018 09:41 AM SAST

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Southern Fiscal [Collaris] Lanius collaris ssp. collaris

Observer

colin25

Date

December 15, 2017 07:10 PM SAST

Description

Bird seen coming out of bushes, landed on path with prey, pecked at it, flew another few metres, again landed and pecked a couple of times. Not recorded. Flew in a low bush and..... Left twice a feed chicks in nearby known nest. Total recorded time: 4 minutes. Ended when another shrike appeared and the killer flew off with the remainder of the kill.

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Peringuey's Adder Bitis peringueyi

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robert_taylor

Date

August 30, 2018 10:30 AM SAST

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Southern Vervet Monkey Chlorocebus pygerythrus ssp. pygerythrus

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magdastlucia

Date

August 12, 2018 09:45 AM SAST

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Natal Duiker Cephalophus natalensis ssp. natalensis

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suncana

Date

September 2, 2018 09:04 AM SAST
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Animals Kingdom Animalia

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magdastlucia

Date

August 26, 2018 03:44 PM SAST

Place

St Lucia 1 (Google, OSM)

Description

Parasites on larva.

Poor puppet was still moving around yesterday, but did not move around today. It seems to be alive, as the body makes movements, but it does not move around, not even when inspected under the microscope.

See the larva https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/15911798

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Dhlinza Dwarf Chameleon Bradypodion caeruleogula

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magdastlucia

Date

August 19, 2018 10:21 AM SAST

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Elephant Mosquito Toxorhynchites brevipalpis

Observer

magdastlucia

Date

August 22, 2018 07:47 PM SAST

Place

St Lucia 1 (Google, OSM)

Description

Swimming in the rain water bucket.
Noticed it before and this time collected it.
See the adult mosquito https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/15821570

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Cape Cobra Naja nivea

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happyasacupcake

Date

May 30, 2018 02:21 PM SAST

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Black-breasted Snake-Eagle Circaetus pectoralis

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happyasacupcake

Date

May 30, 2018 02:20 PM SAST

Description

We saw the snake eagle as it flew up from the ground. It flew in slow circles while it controlled and started to eat the snake. One minute from pic 1 to pic 8 where it started to eat the snake. Total time for this series, three minutes.

Snake at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/14774517

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Yellow Fly of the Dismal Swamp Diachlorus ferrugatus

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alexanderr

Date

August 2, 2018 08:06 AM +06

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Pale Batis Batis soror

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magdastlucia

Date

July 15, 2018 08:43 AM SAST

Description

Hunting in the low bushes.
Mozambique Batis or just a funny-looking Chinspot Batis?

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Cape Terrapin Pelomedusa galeata

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magdastlucia

Date

July 14, 2018 12:53 PM SAST

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Flatid Planthoppers Family Flatidae

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fayneconnelly

Date

July 4, 2018 03:44 PM SAST

Description

I think this may be a Flatid Planthopper. The Heteromorpha arborescens (Parsley tree) the young trees had these very white clusters of quite tightly knit clumps around their tree stems. Then I noticed they moved and jumped. They were covered in a dusty, fine layer of a waxy substance with curly tendrils. They were in a close unit along the tree stems of these young Parsley trees. Are these nymphs and are they feeding on the sap from the tree.? I may need to return as had only a cell phone and need close ups of an individual hopper using my close up lens.

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Yellowheart Shieldbug Solenosthedium liligerum

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magdastlucia

Date

July 1, 2018 12:49 PM SAST

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Common Squeaker Arthroleptis stenodactylus

Observer

magdastlucia

Date

July 1, 2018 11:02 AM SAST

Description

Also Arthroleptis wahlbergii?

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Southern Woodland Kingfisher Halcyon senegalensis ssp. cyanoleuca

Observer

fayneconnelly

Date

January 31, 2018 12:00 PM SAST

Description

A baby Woodland Kingfisher in cavity in a Willow tree being fed by its parents. Youngster quite vocal, crying for food to be brought to it. Both parents actively involved in food hunting, worms, grasshoppers, crickets, small skinks and crickets.

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Southern Woodland Kingfisher Halcyon senegalensis ssp. cyanoleuca

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fayneconnelly

Date

December 4, 2017 08:35 AM SAST

Description

Easily recognisable by its electric turquoise blue feathers, black shoulders and white belly and distinctive red upper and lower black mandible and its never ending trill call that can almost become monotonous. Often seen eating grasshoppers and perched on a low tree branch away from water swooping down to the ground to catch insects.

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Thyreus Cuckoo Bees Genus Thyreus

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suncana

Date

June 24, 2018 08:21 PM SAST

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Southern Malachite Kingfisher Corythornis cristatus ssp. cristatus

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fayneconnelly

Date

July 31, 2017 08:50 AM SAST

Description

A small kingfisher with a red bill and turquoise blue crown and found close to waters edge.

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African Clawed Frog Xenopus laevis

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fayneconnelly

Date

August 10, 2017 11:37 AM SAST

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Spotted-backed Weaver Ploceus cucullatus ssp. spilonotus

Date

January 29, 2018 05:24 AM SAST

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Variable Diadem Hypolimnas anthedon ssp. wahlbergi

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suncana

Date

May 26, 2018 07:47 PM SAST

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Spotted Harlequin Snake Homoroselaps lacteus

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alexanderr

Date

May 27, 2018 12:51 PM SAST

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ricky_taylor

Date

May 8, 2018 10:00 PM SAST

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Banded Mongoose Mungos mungo

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magdastlucia

Date

May 6, 2018 03:16 PM SAST

Description

Sit still and smell the roses... oeps stink Afrikaners!

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Monard's Reed Frog Hyperolius cinereus

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alexanderr

Date

April 17, 2018 05:21 PM SAST

Description

PEM voucher

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Swynnerton's Reed Frog Hyperolius swynnertoni

Date

May 1, 2018 01:49 PM CET

Description

From what I have read the Swynnerton lays in the water (and I did see lots of little black eggs attached on some water plants but I cannt be sure if its these frogs eggs. Not sure why this lay the eggs on the leaf of the guava tree (there were many bordering the waters edge)

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Zambezi Blind Snake Afrotyphlops mucruso

Date

April 26, 2018 08:16 AM CET

Description

blind but still a swimming champion. somehow this snake seemed to know the threat he was under (there was a giant kingfisher hunting and a croc in the vicinity) or maybe it was something else because he swam from the oppostie side and found a way to bury himself into the dam wall on our side. Fascinating to see snakes swim and it somehow surprises me each time but seems like snakes make excellent swimmers!

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Knysna Dwarf Chameleon Bradypodion damaranum

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colin25

Date

April 5, 2018 11:53 AM SAST

Description

A movement on the road caught my eye and on approaching was thinking of either something had caught a chameleon or it was injured and thrashing about in death throes. They were absolutely still after this flurry of movement, just eyes moving. One brief flurry again, followed by another long period of almost absolute motionless, another brief flurry and they parted. Never seen one as pitch black as the female, marking around the eyes standing out almost as clearly as under UV light. Both returned to more normal colours rapidly after parting, both removed by hand to the relative safety of near by shrubs. Total time actually witnessed 1 hour and 5 minutes, but I believe from others that they started mating some time before that.
Comments of selling price of a breeding pair shocking at R12 000 or there abouts!

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Eastern Hinge Tortoise Kinixys zombensis ssp. zombensis

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magdastlucia

Date

March 30, 2018 03:58 PM SAST

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magdastlucia

Date

April 1, 2018 04:09 PM SAST

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suncana

Date

March 24, 2018 05:03 PM SAST

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Southern Bushbuck Tragelaphus scriptus ssp. sylvaticus

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claudeleroy

Date

March 23, 2018 12:20 PM SAST

Description

Our local albino bushbuck

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Cape Reed Snake Amplorhinus multimaculatus

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alexanderr

Date

March 12, 2018 08:44 AM SAST

Description

PEM voucher

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Adelaid Giant Earthworm Microchaetus klopperi

Observer

alexanderr

Date

March 12, 2018 02:05 PM SAST