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Panama pics Bocas!!!!
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im sure most of you have seen these, but im quite proud of them so im sharing anywhere i can find people who would like to see wild pumilio shots. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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#2
Stunning !! Thanks for posting. You and Ray C. should put together a small 'Zazzle' or equiv, hobby book.
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im already working on calendars Wink
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Hands down...coolest habitat pic I've seen! Definitely saving this one in the "viv-inspiration file."
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the coolest part is almost every pumilio morph was found around this exact habitat. this specific tree had at least 12 -20 calling males around it (as you can see its a VERY large tree) im still not sure where most had tad deposited, but best guess was leaf litter that held water.
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