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I think I finally got to the bottom of my computer troubles and wanted to share some pics from this past year. Thanks for looking and let me know if I mislabeled anything, this was my first year identifying the uncommon stuff.

A red-belly. Brown phase.



A red-belly. Grey phase.



Some common water snakes.





Check out the full belly on this one.



Some ringnecks.





I think I read somewhere that this snake is in a super relaxed state.



Map turtles.







Snappers.





Long-tailed salamander.



Slimy salamander.



Northern dusky.(I think)



A one-eyed, two-lined salamander.



Some frogs.



A leopard frog (I think). It looks different than the more common pickerel frogs.





Baby wood frog.



Some common stuff.

A garter getting ready to shed.









A lizard from over in NJ.

 

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ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How big was that relaxed ringneck? the photo makes it look 4 feet long which just isnt possible...lol

did i ever tell anyone i love reptiles and amphibians????
 

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snapping turtles will eat anything it can get in its beak.

how did i know you were going to post those links kathy? lol...that is why i didnt bother.
 

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it really bugs me to see all of the red-ear sliders i do though. beautiful species but not native to pa....i would rather see less competing and more flourishing.
 
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