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AMNH Subway Art #20

tags: amphibians, photography, subway art, AMNH, NYC, NYCLife Marbled salamander, Ambystoma opacum (left) and Fire salamander, Salamandra salamandra (right) as portrayed in tiles on the walls of the NYC uptown subway stop (A-B-C) at 81st and Central Park West. (ISO, no zoom, no flash). Image: GrrlScientist 2008 [wallpaper size].

Frog in Calla Lily

tags: frog, amphibians, calla lily, National Geographic, Image of the Day Frog in Calla Lily. I was out with the camera after a passing thunderstorm. As I was photographing a group of calla lilies, I happened upon this little guy nestled comfortably in one, taking shelter from the rain. Image: Sainath Kamath 2007 (photo appears…

Blue Poison Dart Frogs

tags: blue poison dart frogs, Dendrobates azureus, Dendrobatidae, NewScientist, Image of the Day Blue Poison Dart Frogs, Dendrobates azureus. Dendrobates azureus is a species of poison dart frog found in the Sipaliwini District in Suriname of South America. Image: Gail Shumway/Getty Images 2007 (NewScientist calendar 2008). [Much larger view]