The wife and I had our trip booked last June (2019) but the eldest daughters high school graduation came up. Just curious if anyone had been and was able to collect and data/measurements (humidity, uva/uvb, etc.)
I was in NC twice, the first time in 2007 and the second time in februari 2013.
All Diplodactylidae live in the lower parts of the island, between the main road and the coast.
We did not find R. lechianus on Pine Island itself but on its satelite islands Moro and Menore,
Correlophus ciliatus and Mniarogekko chahoua mainly on the west coast of Pine Island.
We were there in februari or march.
We colected some data but these are limited to only 30 days.
We’re any of the data ever published?Sorry for my multiple requests, but can you share the pics of the only animal you photographed?
It would be great!
Thanks a lot
Me personally, I have no pictures because I was filming. I have several good shots but always from the same animal.
These animals live high in the trees, always 6 meters and higher and you can only see them at night.