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Costa Rica

16 Impressions from a Rich Coast / 16 Eindrücke einer reichen Küste


Photographs by / Fotos von Fries & Hans Richter

Fig. 1: One free seat at Sunset 17:59 o’clock … - Ein freier Platz am Sonnenuntergang (17:59 Uhr)
Fig. 2: Stop at the Panamericana near the Nicaragua border – Snapschuß an der Panamericana
Fig. 3: All quiet at the Arenal frontline – Alles Ruhig an der Arenal-Front
Fig. 4: Agami Heron / Speerreiher (Agamia agami)
Fig. 5: Squirrel / Eichhörnchen
Fig. 6: Two-fingered, three-toed Sloth / Zwei-fingriges drei-zehiges Faultier (will leave the trees only once a week)
Fig. 7: Two-fingered, three-toed Sloth / Zwei-fingriges drei-zehiges Faultier (will leave the trees only once a week)
Fig. 8: Red-eyed frog / Rotaugiger Frosch
Fig. 9: Red-eyed frog (with eyes closed) / Rotaugiger Frosch (mit geschlossenen Augen)
Fig. 10: Green iguana with flower / Leguan mit Blüte (Iguana iguana)
Fig. 11: Tapir
Fig. 12: Capuchins / Kapuzineraffen (Cebus)
Fig. 13: Coral snake (probably nonvenomous ) / Korallenschlange (hoffentlich ungiftig)
"Red into black, venom lack; red into yellow, kill a fellow." However, this reliably applies only to coral snakes native to North America.
Fig. 14: Raccoon / Waschbär (Procyon lotor)
Fig. 15: Agouti / Aguti (Dasyprocta)
Fig. 16: Orchid / Orchidee
Fig. 17: Rhinoceros Beetle / Nashornkäfer (Oryctes nasicornis)
Contents / Abbildungsverzeichnis
Fig. 1: One free seat at Sunset 17:59 o’clock … - Ein freier Platz am Sonnenuntergang (17:59 Uhr)..................................................................................1
Fig. 2: Stop at the Panamericana near the Nicaragua border – Snapschuß an der Panamericana.........................................................................................2
Fig. 3: All quiet at the Arenal frontline – Alles Ruhig an der Arenal-Front...........................................................................................................................3
Fig. 4: Agami Heron / Speerreiher (Agamia agami)...............................................................................................................................................................4
Fig. 5: Squirrel / Eichhörnchen...............................................................................................................................................................................................5
Fig. 6: Two-fingered, three-toed Sloth / Zwei-fingriges drei-zehiges Faultier (will leave the trees only once a week)........................................................6
Fig. 7: Two-fingered, three-toed Sloth / Zwei-fingriges drei-zehiges Faultier (will leave the trees only once a week)........................................................7
Fig. 8: Red-eyed frog / Rotaugiger Frosch.............................................................................................................................................................................8
Fig. 9: Red-eyed frog (with eyes closed) / Rotaugiger Frosch (mit geschlossenen Augen)...................................................................................................9
Fig. 10: Green iguana with flower / Leguan mit Blüte (Iguana iguana) ..............................................................................................................................10
Fig. 11: Tapir.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Fig. 12: Capuchins / Kapuzineraffen (Cebus).....................................................................................................................................................................12
Fig. 13: Coral snake (probably nonvenomous ) / Korallenschlange (hoffentlich ungiftig)..................................................................................................13
Fig. 14: Raccoon / Waschbär (Procyon lotor).......................................................................................................................................................................14
Fig. 15: Agouti / Aguti (Dasyprocta) ...................................................................................................................................................................................15
Fig. 16: Orchid / Orchidee....................................................................................................................................................................................................16
Fig. 17: Rhinoceros Beetle / Nashornkäfer (Oryctes nasicornis) ........................................................................................................................................17

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