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Page 4 of Panama photos. Last updated: 8/1/2010.

A Blue-bellied Dart Frog in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Above: A Blue-bellied Dart Frog in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010).
Below: A male Purple-crowned Fairy, one of the most beautiful hummingbirds, poses for photos (Nusagandi, July 2010).

A male Purple-crowned Fairy, one of the most beautiful hummingbirds, poses for photos (Nusagandi, July 2010).   Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Flame-tailed Pondhawk (Erythemis peruviana) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A Flame-tailed Pondhawk (<em>Erythemis peruviana</em>) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A male Crimson-backed Tanager near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A male Crimson-backed Tanager near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Great Tinamou roosting in a tree at night. Although its beautiful song is heard regularly in this area, this was a very unexpected opportunity to study this reclusive ground-dwelling bird (Panama, July 2010).

A Great Tinamou roosting in a tree at night. Although its beautiful song is heard regularly in this area, this was a very unexpected opportunity to study this reclusive ground-dwelling bird (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

A Great Tinamou roosting in a tree at night. Although its beautiful song is heard regularly in this area, this was a very unexpected opportunity to study this reclusive ground-dwelling bird (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Hoffman's Two-toed Sloth makes a glacial transfer between trees in the canopy at night. It slowly, precariously reached out, finally got a good grip, and pulled the new tree close for the transfer. (Panama, July 2010).

A Hoffman's Two-toed Sloth makes a glacial transfer between trees in the canopy at night. It slowly, precariously reached out, finally got a good grip, and pulled the new tree close for the transfer. (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Common Potoo, the rainforest's most muppet-like of denizens, sings its haunting song (Panama, July 2010).

A Common Potoo, the rainforest's most muppet-like of denizens, sings its haunting song (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An Amazon Kingfisher near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

An Amazon Kingfisher near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Ringed Kingfisher poses nearby at the Ammo Ponds, Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A Ringed Kingfisher poses nearby at the Ammo Ponds, Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A young Geoffroy's Tamarin lets me know how it feels about me (Panama, July 2010).

A young Geoffroy's Tamarin lets me know how it feels about me (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Schaus's Metalmark (Calephelis schausi) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A Schaus's Metalmark (<em>Calephelis schausi</em>) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Spectacled Caiman appears briefly in a pond near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A Spectacled Caiman appears briefly in a pond near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: One of the most unusual and sought-after species in Panama, the Sapayoa (July 2010).

One of the most unusual and sought-after species in Panama, the Sapayoa (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Rufous Mourner near Burbayar Lodge, Panama (July 2010).

A Rufous Mourner near Burbayar Lodge, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Carmiol's Tanager (Olive Tanager) in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010).

A Carmiol's Tanager (Olive Tanager) in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: Bullet Ants in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010). In this area, you had to be careful about handholds in the drier parts of the rainforest. A bite from one of these huge ants is supposed to hurt as badly as being shot!

Bullet Ants in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010). In this area, you had to be careful about handholds in the drier parts of the rainforest. A bite from one of these huge ants is supposed to hurt as badly as being shot! Photo by Bill Hubick.

Bullet Ants in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010). In this area, you had to be careful about handholds in the drier parts of the rainforest. A bite from one of these huge ants is supposed to hurt as badly as being shot! Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Blue-crowned Manakin in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010).

A Blue-crowned Manakin in the Nusagandi area of Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: This White-ruffed Manakin favored a couple flowering trees near my hut at Burbayar Lodge, Panama (July 2010).

This White-ruffed Manakin favored a couple flowering trees near my hut at Burbayar Lodge, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: Around Nusagandi, the beautiful Emerald Tanager was one of the most common bird species (Panama, July 2010).

Around Nusagandi, the beautiful Emerald Tanager was one of the most common bird species (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A distant male Long-tailed Tyrant hunts from atop a dead snag in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010).

A distant male Long-tailed Tyrant hunts from atop a dead snag in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: Yet another favorite, a local bee and wasp specialist, the Red-throated Caracara (Panama, July 2010).

Yet another favorite, a local bee and wasp specialist, the Red-throated Caracara (Panama, July 2010).  Photo by Bill Hubick.

Yet another favorite, a local bee and wasp specialist, the Red-throated Caracara (Panama, July 2010).  Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Pin-tailed Pondhawk (Erythemis plebeja) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

A Pin-tailed Pondhawk (<em>Erythemis plebeja</em>) near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: An attractive dragonfly, presumed Rhodopygia hinei, near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010).

An attractive dragonfly, presumed <em>Rhodopygia hinei</em>, near Gamboa, Panama (July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A Neotropical Bird-eating Snake was another highlight in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010).

A Neotropical Bird-eating Snake was another highlight in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

A Neotropical Bird-eating Snake was another highlight in the Nusagandi area (Panama, July 2010). Photo by Bill Hubick.

Below: A small opening in the rainforest at Nusagandi (click image for large full-size).

A small opening in the rainforest at Nusagandi (click image for large full-size). Photo by Bill Hubick.

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