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Crypsis Challenge #9 : Nature Closeups

Crypsis Challenge #9

February 26th, 2011 - 9:47 PM | Filed under Crypsis Challenges | 12 Comments

The last crypsis challenge was surprisingly difficult, but I think this one might be easier.

January 18, 2011 | Gandoca-Manzanillo NWR, Limon Province, Costa Rica

What has hidden itself here, just where an unsuspecting tourist might place their hand? A general description is fine, although I suspect someone will know exactly what this is.

12 Responses to “Crypsis Challenge #9”

  1. Elliott says:

    Is it a snake in the middle of the tree trunk?

  2. Joshua Basham says:

    Has to be the snake!

  3. Oh, man – is that a Bothrops?

  4. Andrea J says:

    Kinda hard to tell, but based on the slender build, stripes and bug-eyed head, I’m guessing Immantodes?

  5. Troy Bartlett says:

    This challenge must indeed be easier. Everyone is seeing the snake.

  6. […] eyelash viper,¬†Bothriechis schlegelii, was on the side of a tree. A recent crypsis challenge asked readers to find it, which turned out to be fairly […]

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