Category: Various

Floridensis Update & Stasis

I’m in a bit of a stasis-mode on Floridensis right now. I have tons of (awesome) work flowing on my end of the wires, and I need to conserve my energy a bit, stay a bit focused — at least until it warms back…

A Short Break!

Ormond Beach; Volusia county, Florida; 19 March 2015. Updated 09 December 2018 Updated: I’ve got to take the week two weeks off from the wiki-wiki-wild-wild-web. It’s the end of the semester, and I have heaps of work to do over the next few weeks. Teaching…

Elsewhere Wednesday: Capitol Reef National Park, Utah (10 June 2011)

Capitol Reef National Park Wayne county, Utah (10 June 2011). Day 11 of the 2011 Roadtrip from Alaska to Florida (Mile 4444 of 7221). In the summer of 2011, my family and I moved back from Alaska to the American southeast. Four years in…

Elsewhere Wednesday: Portage Valley, Alaska (17 April 2009)

Portage Valley; Portage Valley, Alaska (17 April 2009). With Thanksgiving about to land upon us, and with November starting to give way to the impending crush of December, let’s skip back to April of 2009 in southcentral Alaska. These are photographs of Portage Valley…

Elsewhere Wednesday: Matanuska Glacier, Alaska (29 August 2009)

Matanuska Glacier; Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska (29 August 2009). Located about a hundred miles east/northeast of Anchorage, Alaska, in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, Matanuska Glacier is a remarkably beautiful and other-worldly area to explore, especially from the perspective of a Floridian swamprat such as myself. Approximately…

Elsewhere Wednesday: Lowell Point Trail, Alaska (04 May 2010)

Lowell Point Trail near Tonsina Point; Resurrection Bay State Marine Park, Alaska; 04 May 2010. While Floridensis is primarily focused on Floridian wildlife and environments, I’ve had the benefit and luxury of living and visiting some pretty spectacular regions across North America. I’ve decided…

Article: Discovery of New Dimorphic Anolis/Chamaeleolis from Cuba

A brand spanking new species of Anolis/Chamaeleolis? Yes, please. Check it out: Zahradníčková, Veronika Holáňová. (5 Aug. 2018). Discovery of new dimorphic Anolis/Chamaeleolis from Cuba. Anole Annals, http://www.anoleannals.org/2018/08/05/discovery-of-new-dimorphic-anolis-chamaeleolis-from-cuba/.