Hoppers are a fascinating group of minute insects that have a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors. The hoppers belong to the Hemiptera Order, and common names include tree hoppers, plant hoppers, leaf hoppers, cicadas, and true bugs.
Charismatic and enigmatic, the glass frogs (Centrolenidae) are one of the highlights when you visit the rainforest of Central and South America. They have an amazing characteristic; a translucent skin that makes their insides visible. Simply looking through their
Photo published in BIOMAS MAGAZINE. You can enjoy all the content here. http://biomas.unidospornaturaleza.org/
Arthropods are declining in abundance, biomass, and biodiversity worldwide. There is data and anecdotal evidence reflecting the declining of several species or group of species, but the global decline is still unquantified. There are several reasons why arthropods are
For the Volume 22, of Paws Trails Magazine, I have the honor to write the editorial, and present an article about the critical situation amphibians are facing worldwide, illustrated with the photos I was abe to take in Ecuador
As a result of a beautiful initiative of Tomas Thibaud called #miramifototipstom, I obtained the first place in a Special Contest within this proposal based to share knowledge, art and specially images of nature to help its conservation. The
Thanks @argentina_photo_nature for this beautiful article! Here, I wrote about the two amazing experiences I had travelling alone doing photography in the magical rainforests of Costa Rica and Ecuador...the different situations I had to face while I was looking
You can see the Magazine in the following link https://issuu.com/revistarhea/docs/rhea_5
Today is online the 20th edition of Paws Trails Explorers. And in this number we published an article about my incredible solo trip for Ecuador within its amazing rainforest, Chocó and Amazonian. An unforgetable trip photographing its biodiversity but
My work was published in Chiiz Magazine, an international magazine about Photography: Chiiz Vol. 32: Bugs and Insects Photography Special is here!