Renoir Auguste

Renoir Auguste is a herpetologist and naturalist from Trinidad and Tobago. He has been involved in herpetology and ecology for the past ten years, which includes a Masters degree from The University of the West Indies in Biodiversity Conservation, co-authoring more than twenty peer reviewed science publications including the Field Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of Trinidad and Tobago, and volunteering with the Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists' Club (TTFNC). Renoir is the current Herpetology Group Leader of the TTFNC.
Posted in Invertebrates

Angiopolybia pallens wasp feeding on a dead earthworm

Angiopolybia pallens wasp feeding on a dead earthworm. Date: 22 March 2015Location: Rio Claro

Posted in Reptiles and Amphibians

Why is this diurnal lizard active at night?

The streak or striped gecko (Gonatodes vittatus) is perhaps one of the most common native…