Tag Archive for: transect

A behavioural observation of two Didelphis marsupialis (Common Opossum)

…The transect began at 18:30, which seems to be a good time for mammals. About that time everyone starts moving around, foraging, hunting, hiding in the darkness. The trail itself ran loosely towards the river, dipping from terra firme into floodplain, crossing clear streams with sandy beds on fallen giant trees before abruptly turning east […]

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Mimicry – by Ashley Anne Wick

(This blog entry is dedicated to former FFT volunteer Sofia Prado.  She never got to hear my mimicry talk because we were all frozen – like butterflies – during the epic friaje that signaled the end to our last phase). I am a Lepidopterist.  And, for better or worse, I will remain one for the […]

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