Multimedia

Our lab has been privileged to work with some beautiful animals in some amazing places. Below are some images for your enjoyment. Any images from Duncan Irschick are free to use without fee. We only ask that you first contact Duncan Irschick, and that you properly attribute him. Please note that for any image where the photographer is not listed as Duncan Irschick, that person should be contacted prior to any use. If no photographer is listed, the image is by Duncan Irschick. We also include some videos of animals performing some amazing athletic feats. Finally, our work has also been featured in many media outlets, and we include some of the videos, as well as others produced at UMass Amherst, and elsewhere.

Photo of tiger shark in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Aberbathy
Photo of tiger shark in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Aberbathy
X-rays of lizards. Image credit: Philip Bergmann
X-rays of lizards. Image credit: Philip Bergmann
Measuring a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Measuring a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Close-up with a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Close-up with a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Image credit: Jim Abernathy
An agamid lizard (Bronchocela cristatella) from Thailand
An agamid lizard (Bronchocela cristatella) from Thailand
Emma the Tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Emma the Tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Belly of a Sceloporus lizard from Arizona
Belly of a Sceloporus lizard from Arizona
An illustration of an Uma lizard running
An illustration of an Uma lizard running
An x-ray of an anoline dewlap. Image credit: Beth Brainerd
An x-ray of an anoline dewlap. Image credit: Beth Brainerd
A tiger shark (Galecerdo cuvier) swimming. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
A tiger shark (Galecerdo cuvier) swimming. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Duncan Irschick catching lizards in the Bahamas
Duncan Irschick catching lizards in the Bahamas
Crested gecko (Rhacodactylus ciliatus). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Crested gecko (Rhacodactylus ciliatus). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
X-ray of a watersnake eating a fish
X-ray of a watersnake eating a fish
A trunk anole (Anolis distichus) from the Dominican Republic
A trunk anole (Anolis distichus) from the Dominican Republic
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko) resting on kevlar. Image credit: John Solem
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko) resting on kevlar. Image credit: John Solem
Anolis colestinus from the Dominican Republic
Anolis colestinus from the Dominican Republic
Photo of a Tegu lizard (Tupinambis merianae). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Photo of a Tegu lizard (Tupinambis merianae). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Duncan Irschick working with sharks in Florida. Image credit: Austin Gallagher
Duncan Irschick working with sharks in Florida. Image credit: Austin Gallagher
A resting green anole (Anolis carolinensis) from Louisiana
A resting green anole (Anolis carolinensis) from Louisiana
A lacertid lizard from Croatia (Lacerta oxycephela). Image credit: Bieke Vanhooydonck
A lacertid lizard from Croatia (Lacerta oxycephela). Image credit: Bieke Vanhooydonck
Crested gecko (Rhacodactylus ciliatus)
Crested gecko (Rhacodactylus ciliatus)
A big-headed anole (Anolis cybotes) extending its dewlap
A big-headed anole (Anolis cybotes) extending its dewlap
A twig anole (Anolis sheplani) from the Dominican Republic
A twig anole (Anolis sheplani) from the Dominican Republic
Flying dragon (Draco) from Thailand
Flying dragon (Draco) from Thailand
A Leptophis snake from the Dominican Republic
A Leptophis snake from the Dominican Republic
Gradudate student Chi-Yun Kuo chasing lizards. Image credit: Chi-Yun Kuo
Gradudate student Chi-Yun Kuo chasing lizards. Image credit: Chi-Yun Kuo
Mojave Desert. Image credit: Chi-Yun Kuo
Mojave Desert. Image credit: Chi-Yun Kuo
Agamid lizard (Calotes emma) from Thailand
Agamid lizard (Calotes emma) from Thailand
Dixonius gecko from Thailand
Dixonius gecko from Thailand
A green anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis) displaying its dewlap. Image credit: Justin Henningsen
A green anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis) displaying its dewlap. Image credit: Justin Henningsen
Green anole jumping without tail
Green anole jumping without tail
A grass-bush anole (Anolis baharouconencis) from the Dominican Republic
A grass-bush anole (Anolis baharouconencis) from the Dominican Republic
A green anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis) from Louisiana
A green anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis) from Louisiana
A grass-bush anole (Anolis olssoni) perching on a twig in the Dominican Republic
A grass-bush anole (Anolis olssoni) perching on a twig in the Dominican Republic
Belly of a lacertid lizard (Lacerta Oxycephela) from Croatia
Belly of a lacertid lizard (Lacerta Oxycephela) from Croatia
Beautiful colors from a mating male Urosaurus ornatus from Arizona
Beautiful colors from a mating male Urosaurus ornatus from Arizona
Gehyra vorax gecko. Image credit: Sean Werle
Gehyra vorax gecko. Image credit: Sean Werle
Green anole lizard jumps off diving board
Green anole lizard jumps off diving board
An undergraduate measuring a lizard escape path in the Mojave desert
An undergraduate measuring a lizard escape path in the Mojave desert
A collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris) from Arizona
A collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris) from Arizona
The Gecko team at UMass Amherst. Image credit: Sean Werle
The Gecko team at UMass Amherst. Image credit: Sean Werle
Measuring a large tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Measuring a large tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
A twig anole (Anolis angusticeps) from the Bahamas
A twig anole (Anolis angusticeps) from the Bahamas
A twig anole (Anolis valencienni) jumping from a force platform. Image credit: Esteban Toro
A twig anole (Anolis valencienni) jumping from a force platform. Image credit: Esteban Toro
Caribbean Reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Caribbean Reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) in the Bahamas. Image credit: Jim Abernathy
Head of a Gehyra vorax gecko. Image credit: Sean Werle
Head of a Gehyra vorax gecko. Image credit: Sean Werle
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko). Image credit: Michael Bartlett
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko). Image credit: Michael Bartlett
Male and female Tidarren spiders. Image credit: Margarita Ramos
Male and female Tidarren spiders. Image credit: Margarita Ramos
Geckskin™ Does Some Heavy Lifting!
Geckskin™ Does Some Heavy Lifting!
One-lined gecko (Gecko vittatus). Image credit: Sean Werle
One-lined gecko (Gecko vittatus). Image credit: Sean Werle
Earless lizard (Cophosaurus) from Arizona
Earless lizard (Cophosaurus) from Arizona
Photo of Tokay Gecko. Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Photo of Tokay Gecko. Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Duncan Irschick TEDx talk on Geckskin™
Duncan Irschick TEDx talk on Geckskin™
Gehyra mutilata gecko on glass
Gehyra mutilata gecko on glass
Day Gecko (Phelsuma grandis). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Day Gecko (Phelsuma grandis). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
An invasive day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) from Florida
An invasive day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) from Florida
Water moccasin attempting to capture a fish
Water moccasin attempting to capture a fish
Duncan Irschick catching lizards In Croatia. Image credit: Raoul Van Damme
Duncan Irschick catching lizards In Croatia. Image credit: Raoul Van Damme
Photo of a day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) in Florida
Photo of a day gecko (Phelsuma grandis) in Florida
Green anole lizard jumping with tail
Green anole lizard jumping with tail
A spiny lizard (Sceloporus clarkii) from Arizona
A spiny lizard (Sceloporus clarkii) from Arizona
A one-lined gecko on glass (Gecko vittatus). Image credit: Sean Werle
A one-lined gecko on glass (Gecko vittatus). Image credit: Sean Werle
Day Gecko (Phelsuma grandis). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Day Gecko (Phelsuma grandis). Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko) toepad
A tokay gecko (Gecko gekko) toepad
Asian Vine snake (Ahaetulla) from Thailand
Asian Vine snake (Ahaetulla) from Thailand
Tokay (Gecko gekko) and house (Hemidactylus frenatus) geckos with lead weights, demonstraing their holding power. Image credit: Margarita Ramos
Tokay (Gecko gekko) and house (Hemidactylus frenatus) geckos with lead weights, demonstraing their holding power. Image credit: Margarita Ramos
Photo of ...Gecko. Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Photo of ...Gecko. Image credit: T. Hoogendyk & A. Slocombe
Toepad of a tokay gecko (Gecko gekko). Image credit: John Solem
Toepad of a tokay gecko (Gecko gekko). Image credit: John Solem
A Tidarren spider that has voluntarily removed one of its pedipalps
A Tidarren spider that has voluntarily removed one of its pedipalps