Rocklands Reservoir, Victoria, Australia
Sea world should be wiped the fuck out
Endless night by zsooozs http://ift.tt/1iV49eV (Lofoten, Norway)
This master of camouflage is the Vietnamese Mossy Frog, also named Mossy Frog or Tonkin Bug-eyed Frog. Its binomial name is Theloderma corticale and belongs to the family Rhacophoridae.
This species is known from the Mao Son and Tam Dao mountain ranges of northern Vietnam .
Hygrocybe anomala (Agaricales - Hygrophoraceae), a brightly colored mushroom, endemic to Australia.
This handsome gecko is the Asian Gekko smithii (Gekkonidae), a noisy, generally nocturnal species. It is one of the largest geckos, up to 30 cm total length, and can be easily identified by its green eyes, and by the rows of white spots on its back. It has large claws, which allow it to grasp onto rough tree trunks.
The species is commonly named Large Forest gecko and Smith’s Green-eyed Gecko.
Gekko smithii can be found throughout the ‘Sunda’ region, including Southern Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and the islands of Borneo, Sumatra and Java .
Photo credit: ©Gastrophrynoides
by: Dale Giesbrecht (China)
Mitre Peak: Pea soup (by Shahid Durrani) (K2 base camp hike. Concordia, Karakorams, Pakistan)
Source: Flickr / shahiddurrani
Mycena mulawaestris. (and unknown spider)
Cascade track, Tasmania.
Source: Flickr / computershow
From Out of the Sea (by Deej6)
golden sunset, Brown’s Point, Puget Sound, Pierce County, Washington
Latemar a maggio (by Aluco69)
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