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Archive for August 22nd, 2017

Phyllobates terribilis

This past weekend we held our Dart Frogs of the Amazon Rainforest Photographic Workshop at the Crinan Community Centre located just west of London, Ontario. We had a great group of participants in attendance and a couple of folks that took advantage of the two day discount that was offered. Several participants were repeat participants from the first event held in May of this year. One lucky participant from each of this weekend’s events walked away with a fabulous door prize – The Plamp that was graciously supplied by Wimberely.

Here are a few of my initial edits from a few of the images I captured in between assisting participants with their images. As usual during each event we bring out a couple of bonus species at the conclusion of the day. For this event we featured the La Palma Glass Frog (Hyalinobatrachium valerioi) and The Fringed Leaf Frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus).

In the coming days I will be featuring some participant photos.

In September I am travelling to Tarapoto, Peru on a scouting trip to be able to add an incredible rainforest photographic workshop opportunity to my 2018 line up of available workshops. Stay tuned for news about this upcoming workshop.

The next Ontario based Dart Frogs of the Amazon Rainforest Photographic Workshop will be held in Mississauga, Ontario in November. Once the logistics for this event are finalized I will announce the event here.

Please do remember to click on each photo to view the larger and sharper versions.

Phyllobates terribilis “orange black foot”

 

Ameerega hahneli “tonhauyo” Peru

 

Dendrobates leucomelas “microspot”

 

Dendrobates auratus “microspot”

 

Dendrobates auratus “reticulated”

 

Dendrobates tinctorius “cobalt”

 

Dendrobates tinctorius “mount matecko”

 

Ranitomeya imitator “chazuta”

 

Ranitomeya imitator “chazuta”

 

Ranitomeya benedicta

 

The Fringed Leaf Frog – Cruziohyla casperdopus

 

La Palma Glass Frog – Hyalinobactrachium valerioi

 

The Fringed Leaf Frog – Cruziohyla craspedopus

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