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Anhinga
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Anhingas (Anhinga anhinga) seem a bit awkward on land but they are graceful and amazingly effective aquatic predators in the water.
Anhinga
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Anhingas (Anhinga anhinga) seem a bit awkward on land but they are graceful and amazingly effective aquatic predators in the water.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Popular belief is that the ants protect the host Acacia from herbivory. Well, this is not always true. These herbivores seem to have "a scent" that protects them from being attacked by the ants. The herbivores probably protect themselves from predators such as birds by 1) looking like thorns and from ants 2) by smelling like ants. Amazing!
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Army Ants.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Bullet Ants (Paraponera sp.) have a nasty reputation.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Tropical rainforests are famous for the many fascinating symbiotic relationships that have evolved over millions of years. Acacia sp. trees have developed an intimate relationship with a a small 6 mm long ant (Pseudomyrmex ferruginea).The trees provide the ants with a place to live and eat while the ants enthusiastically protect the trees from herbivores and vines. In this clip, Pseudomyrmex ferruginea carefully attend to the Beltian Bodies of their host Acacia species.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Leaf cutters remove an incredible amount of biomass in tropical forests. Some of these ants are defoliating a leaf while another colony is moving up and down a tree trunk with their booty, Arenal Volcano, secondary forest.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
At Corcovado, an amazing amount of leaf biomass is removed daily from surrounding vegetation.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Check out the hitchhiker leaf cutter ants, Corcovado.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Author's frantic camera movement matches the frenzy of the Leaf Cutter harvest. Note the soldier ants moving with the column, Corcovado.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Pseudomyrmex ferruginea carefully attend to the Beltian Bodies of their host Acacia species - Part I
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Pseudomyrmex ferruginea carefully attend to the Beltian Bodies of their host Acacia species - Part II
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Ants at the sweet spot - nectaries, at the base of adjoining thorns, reward the ants.
Ant
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Leaft cutter ants - why do the ants curl their abdomens beneath them? Could they be leaving Identification trails?
Aphid
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Walking Aphids.
Bar Jack
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A school of bar jack (Caranx ruber) at Bamboo Point, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Barracuda
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Great barracuda underwater
Bat
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Pelotes Island Nature Preserve
A short movie about bats with commentary on bat's wings
Bat
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
At Corcovado, this huge Garlic Tree is hollow inside and is large enough for us to venture inside. There were plenty of Bats roosting in the interior of the tree.
Bat
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Nine Long-nosed bats (Rhynchonycteris naso) roost in a tree in Corcovado. Two of the females have babies.
Bear
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The Living Schoolbook - The Cyberzoo project
Kodiak Bear at the Utica Zoo
Bee
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A perspective of the Blue Bees.
Three-Wattled Bellbird
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A male three-wattled bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata).
Black Guan
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Black Guan (Chamaepetes unicolor) in Monteverde Preserve.
Black Guan
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Black Guan (Chamaepetes unicolor) in Monteverde Preserve.
Blue Chromis
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Blue Chromis (Chromis cyanea) feeding in the water column above the massive coral heads. Crinoid (Davidaster rubiginosa) appendages protruded from interstitial spaces.
Blue Chromis
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
These Blue Chromis (Chromis cyanea) are feeding on plankton in the water column above the coral heads.
Blue Tang
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Blue Tangs (Acanthurus coerulatus) seemed to travel around in huge gangs!
Boar
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The Living Schoolbook - The Cyberzoo project
Wild Boar at Utica Zoo
Booby
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Brown-Footed Booby (Sula leucogaster)
Brown Noddy
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Brown Noddies, fearless in the protection of their nests.
Brown Noddy
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Brown Noddy (Anous stolidus) nests.
Butterfly fish
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Banded Butterfly (Chaetodon striatus) Feeds on Snaphot Reef, San Salvador.
Capuchin Monkey
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A White-faced capuchin (Cebus capucinus) troop moved through the Monteverde Preserve.
Capuchin Monkey
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
White-faced capuchins -the old, seemingly wise, group leader displays while a pair of monkeys groom one another in Corcovado National Park.
Capuchin Monkey
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Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
White-faced capuchin monkeys move through the Canopy in Corcovado National Park.
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