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My daughter got her finger too close to one of these red eared sliders when we got it out of the road........... they bite!

Herps of Arkansas: Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans)

birds/summer - Bing images

birds/summer - Bing images

Herps of Arkansas: Southern Painted Turtle (Chrysemys dorsalis)

The mission of this website is to distribute and share knowledge regarding the naturally occurring reptiles and amphibians of Arkansas.

arkansas wildlife raccoon - Google Search

arkansas wildlife raccoon - Google Search

Herps of Arkansas: Snapping Turtles

The mission of this website is to distribute and share knowledge regarding the naturally occurring reptiles and amphibians of Arkansas.

Herps of Arkansas: Common Five-lined Skink

The mission of this website is to distribute and share knowledge regarding the naturally occurring reptiles and amphibians of Arkansas.

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The Alligator snapping turtle, Macrochelys temminckii, in the Oasis Park, Canary Islands. Image credit: Norbert Nagel, Mörfelden-Walldorf, Germany / CC BY-SA 3.0.

The Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii), long thought to be a single species, is actually three species.

Thank goodness that the Copperhead is a shy snake...... we have so many around here. Lately we have seen 3 or 4 of them per day when swimming and hiking.

Thank goodness that the Copperhead is a shy snake.

Birds of Arkansas - Audubon Arkansas & Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Birds of Arkansas - Audubon Arkansas & Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Brown wasp - Polistes fuscatus - female. These are building a nest between our window and screen in our living room.  The kiddos are getting a close up lesson on how they chew up material, and what their babies look like.

The kiddos are getting a close up lesson on how they chew up material, and what their babies look like.

Black-and-yellow Mud Dauber - Ohio Birds and Biodiversity

Black-and-yellow Mud Dauber , Sceliphron caementarium, hunting the leaves of Prairie Cord Grass, Spartina pectinata.

State Symbol: North Carolina State Salamander: Marbled Salamander

State Salamander of North Carolina: Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum). Access details on North Carolina official state symbols, emblems, mascots.

The most frequently reported caterpillar envenomation in Central Texas is by the puss caterpillar or "asp," Megalopyge opercularis. This one stings by touch.

Asp or Puss Caterpillar (Megalopyge opercularis) is the most frequently reported caterpillar envenomation in Central Texas. This one stings by touch.

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