One of the coolest lizards around! A Draco volans from Bali a couple of years ago. Their 'wings' are actually an extension of their rib cage that they use to glide through the canopy.
Had fun cruising and shining last night with @rhettstanberry and Taylor. Even though it got cold pretty quick we still managed a good variety; 5 Fl water snakes, 3 yellow rats, 3 red rats, 3 black swamps, 1 ribbon, 1 ringneck, and 1 rough green.
Blunt-headed Treesnakes (Imantodes cenchoa) are nocturnal tree-dwellers that twine their way through the branches in search of frog and lizard prey. They prefer forested lowlands and premontane slopes, yet this common species is also found in coffee fincas and fruit orchards. They range from southern Tamaulipas and Oaxaca, Mexico south to central Ecuador, Bolivia, Paraguay, and northeastern Argentina.