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This is a discussion on Lizard stories within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hey everyone, Finally, I figured out (thank you, Bruce!) where I can post some of ...
Finally, I figured out (thank you, Bruce!) where I can post some of my pictures of The Floridas'. I am a big wildlife enthusiast and love to photograph our nature.
We have a lot of lizards here. I actually like them because they drop an organic fertilizer on my orchids; furthermore, they are cute.
I have a crop of smaller lizards with bright blue tails. I like to see them around because I think they eat slugs.
I, too, love to have them around. The ones I have are mostly green.
Lizards often lay eggs in my orchids
I had no idea they were lizards' eggs until I punctured an egg (I suppose I should call it a C-section LOL)
which was hidden in one of my Bulbos and delivered this baby
Even if it was a premature delivery, the baby was really viable and extremely fast. I guess (s)he was doing great after our meeting.
I did not open another egg and put it back in my Bulbophyllum
First off Nat , .......is this lizard porn . Secondly um .... you should show these pics to Kelly . There is one there with what looks like the tail end of a grasshopper , maybe you need to ship some of your lizards over to his apt to help with the hoppers
Great pictures Nat!!!
Love the photos, Nat. Have you noticed they will follow you around while you are weeding. Always hopeful you will unearth a delectable squirmy morsel. The green anole babies are hatching as I see tiny babies all over the place this week. Again...great photos.