The Lesser Antillean Whistling Frog (Eleutherodactylus johnstonei) is the most common frog within the Eastern Caribbean. It is also known as Johnstone’s Tree Frog, named after Robert Johnstone, the Chief Justice of Grenada who helped discover the first specimens. This frog is found on most islands of the Lesser Antillean including Saba, Anguilla, Barbados, St. … Continue reading Lesser Antillean Whistling Frog
The illustrious tiger shark is a circumglobal species that is found in a wide variety of habitats in warm temperate oceans and moves into the Caribbean in the winter. Throughout the year, individuals migrate far distances.
These anoles are of small to moderate size for the genus, with a maximum known head-body length of 50 mm in males and 42 mm in females. They are slender and have relatively long snouts, superficially resembling Greater Antillean “grass-bush” anoles. Variation in colour is very pronounced in these lizards. The colour and pattern of … Continue reading Anguilla Bank Bush Anole