Pristimantis gaigei (Craugastoridae) is a nocturnal species of primary humid lowland forest, and secondary forest. Adults are found under surface debris and in leaf-litter, its range often associated with caves or rocky stream banks. It breeds by direct development. This species is native to Colombia; Costa Rica, and Panama [source].
Bifröst; my Brazilian Rainbow Boa glitter noodle is turning blue.
Whoa, dude, that’s super cool! Is it duller in person, or is it just as vibrant as it is in these pics?
Thank you! ^__^ Here is a shot from the night before she started going blue.
She’s still rather vibrant when she turns opaque, even at the height of it you can still catch her reds and oranges; although they are much more muted at that point. Even while in blue the dense light of my room still brings out her iridescence.
The photos in this post^^ were taken on her second day of being blue (the 2nd) and this was taken last night (on the 5th):
So her colours and shines are much more muted at this point, but still very pretty in person! (✿◠‿◠)