- Argus (50626)
- [2010-04-16 4:57]
Nice opportunity well taken!
Iam not an expert but it looks like a Moroccan Rock Lizard, Lacerta perspicillata. I'm sure Bayram can make a more certain ID.
Thanks and have a good weekend,
- joska (22535)
- [2010-04-16 21:28]
Excellent composition, congratulaton!
- lorendubois (9343)
- [2010-04-17 0:23]
It is me, you did not recognize me !! ... (Laughter).
Sorry, but I do not know lizards, which are nevertheless very interesting, and magnificent.
Your photo reflects well their curious behavior.
Thank you for this portrait
Congratulations! that you've captured this beautiful Thorny-eyelided Gecko, Quendenfeldtia (=Gymnodactylus) trachyblepharus in its natural nest etrance. It is the only almost strictly diurnal gecko -therefore the pupils are round as is in Madagascarian Phelsuma- of the region which clibs on rocks! I am sure this post is also the 1st shot on TN of the species. A great contribution indeed! Well done!
TFS and have a nice WE!
- Black44 (3703)
- [2010-04-17 5:15]
Bueno pues esta imagen de la lagartija saliendo de su cueva, te ha quedado perfecta, y justo el momento en que este animalito te mira para ver que haces.
Realmente una buena imagen.
Un saludo Antonio
- mamcg (9843)
- [2010-04-17 10:21]
Well captured in a perfect timing !
- holzapfe (193)
- [2010-04-18 14:03]
What a name! What did that poor little fellow do to deserve such a weird name?
Weel, its seems to live in the ear of a petrified giant.
Perfect timing that guys seems to communicate with you (or the camera)
- Ishi (13387)
- [2010-04-19 0:32]
Lovely gecko shown in splendid contrast and colors.
All the best,
- tiborsos (1467)
- [2010-04-19 0:49]
nice composition, nice lizard, tfs
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2010-04-24 9:48]
This is fantastic, I love it! I wasn't too sure what it was from the thumbnail but as soon as I reviewed the larger version I was quite impressed with the shot. Well done Ori. :)