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  • Common tern (Sterna hirundo).

    Common tern

    More slender than a gull, this tern has long straight wings, a forked tail and a black crown and nape. The body is white. The upper sides of the pearl grey wings have blackish tips.

    Class
    Birds
    Order
    Charadriiformes
    Family
    Laridae (gulls)
  • Geothlypis trichas

    Common yellowthroat

    The common yellowthroat is very widespread, and easy to identify. The male's breeding plumage is olive green on top, with a yellow throat and a distinctive black mask.

    Class
    Birds
    Order
    Passeriformes
    Family
    Emberizidae
  • Saguinus oedipus

    Cotton-top tamarin

    This tamarin sports a large white mane on the top of its head. Its face is black, its back black or brown and its chest whitish. It has a long non-prehensile tail.

    Class
    Mammalia
    Order
    Primates
    Family
    Callithricidae
  • Semolitus atromaculatus

    Creek chub

    The creek chub is a short, rounded fish. Its dorsal fin has a very clear black spot on the first three rays.

    Class
    Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    Order
    Cypriniformes
    Family
    Cyprinidae
  • Tautogolabrus adspersus

    Cunner

    The cunner has an elongated body, a small mouth and fleshy lips. There are 18 spines on its dorsal fin and 3 on its anal fin. These fish vary in colour.

    Class
    Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    Order
    Perciformes
    Family
    Labridae
  • Ophiopholis aculeata

    Daisy brittle star

    The daisy brittle star has a central body disk measuring about 2 cm in diameter, with 5 arms that are 9 cm long.

    Class
    Ophiuroidea
    Order
    Ophiurida
    Family
    Ophiactidae
  • Junco hyemalis

    Dark-eyed junco

    The male junco is slate grey with a white bill and breast. The female is paler, but with similar colouring. These birds are easy to recognize, with their white outermost tail feathers.

    Class
    Birds
    Order
    Passeriformes
    Family
    Emberizidae
  •  Sebastes mentella

    Deepwater redfish

    The deepwater redfish adult presents a number of unique and distinctive features.  The body is bright red. The head and the mouth are is relatively big.

    Class
    Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    Order
    Scorpaeniformes
    Family
    Scorpaenidae
  • Satanoperca jurupari

    Demon eartheater

    The demon eartheaters has a flat, pointed head and a striped body.

    Class
    Osteichthyes (bony fish)
    Order
    Perciformes
    Family
    Cichlidae
  • Dendrobates tinctorius

    Dyeing poison frog

    This is one of the most spectacular of the poison-arrow frogs. The male is smaller than the female and may be distinguished by his larger, heart-shaped suction pads.

    Class
    Amphibia (Batracia)
    Order
    Anura
    Family
    Dendrobatidae