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Triorla may be (neotropical, French Guiana)
Bernard Perthuis
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Posted on 05-01-2023 16:12
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This beast (Kourou, French Guiana) is 17 mms long.
I assume it could be a Triorla, but......not sure.
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Chris Cohen
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A full body lateral photo would be helpful, but Triorla is likely. The other possibility would be Eicherax.
 
Bernard Perthuis
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Thanks
I think I will be able to post another view (lateral view)
 
Bernard Perthuis
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Bernard Perthuis wrote:
Thanks
I think I will be able to post another view (lateral view)

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Chris Cohen
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Thank you. Yes, that looks like Triorla.
 
Bernard Perthuis
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OK many thanks for your answers.
 
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