Recently myself, Luke Kemp and Courtney Hundermark ventured to St Francis in search of a small, range-restricted species of gecko called the salt marsh gecko (Cryptactites peringueyi). The gecko is commonly found at base of restios, in and around salt marshes. Although we knew where to look, it certainly did not mean that we found them easily. After spending the whole morning hunting through restios along the estuary, on the outskirts of… Read More
Category: Adventures Tags: africa, animals, cape girdled lizard, eastern cape, endemic gecko, gecko, herpetology, lizard, nature, red lipped herald, reptile, restricted gecko, salt marsh gecko, slug eater, south africa, st francis, wildlife
Dr Chad Keates: Post Doctoral Fellow in Wetland Ecology Lab at Rhodes University doing molecular systematics and ecology on African herpetofauna.
Reptile and Amphibian Presentations and Talks (All Ages)
Guided Reptile and Amphibian Excursions
Snake Removal (Grahamstown)
Next Gen Herpetologist
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