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Black-eared Cuckoo (Chrysococcyx osculans)

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patrickwhite57

Date

December 7, 2022 01:07 PM ACDT

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jillybean1970

Date

October 8, 2022 04:35 PM ACDT

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streglystendec

Date

December 13, 2019 10:52 AM ACDT

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Thatch Saw-Sedge (Gahnia radula)

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manfdot

Date

September 16, 2010 11:04 AM ACST

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Central Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps)

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michaelp28

Date

November 9, 2022 03:48 PM ACDT

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November 14, 2022 11:07 AM ACDT

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Annual Bluebell (Wahlenbergia gracilenta)

Date

December 1, 2022 03:05 PM ACDT

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Tufted Bluebell (Wahlenbergia capillaris)

Date

December 1, 2022 01:32 PM ACDT

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Tufted Bluebell (Wahlenbergia capillaris)

Date

December 1, 2022 12:48 PM ACDT

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Spiny Goosefoot (Rhagodia ulicina)

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moth_nut

Date

November 30, 2022 08:44 AM ACDT

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thammer

Date

November 27, 2022 11:06 AM ACDT

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environ

Date

December 24, 2019 09:53 PM ACDT

Description

The worm between the crab and the fish. They are extremely common here, but nobody seems to know what they are. They emerge from sand burrows and extend quite some distance, maybe a meter or more with transparent, spotted, gelatinous bodies. If disturbed they will retreat to their burrow. The crab appeared quite happy to make a meal of this one after it stepped on it and realised it was there. The Goatfish showed no interest in it.

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vbjanos

Date

November 1, 2022 02:34 PM ACDT

Description

Widespread on the top of the hill and downwind; taller than all introduced grasses growing there, except the oats.
Compact panicle.
Long palea;
Short bristles in the middle band short lobe bristles.

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jimbobo

Date

November 20, 2022 01:49 PM AEDT

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Common Small Catchfly (Silene gallica var. gallica)

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ellurasanctuary

Date

October 18, 2022
Other Animals

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Animals (Kingdom Animalia)

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davemmdave

Date

September 11, 2020 02:20 PM ACST

Description

?Cnidarian? I only saw a few of these,and each time I thought 'Nah,just a seabird's feather' till I looked more closely

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dsm

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davemmdave

Date

January 18, 2000

Description

[*May be a duplicate, or was submitted in a MLSSA bulk upload]
Old low res slide scan, taken ~10 metres west of shoreward end of Kingscote Jetty (=near the remains of the old jetty,with it's submerged stumps) on scuba. (Date very uncertain, but is in my old hard cc dive logs, ho hum/apologies again).
There were a number of these fanworm-like animals that would slowly emerge and spread their intricate fans when left alone but would instantly withdraw into their quite thick, solid looking tubes at the slightest disturbance including strobe flashes. And the tubes themselves would often retract partly or even fully into the silty, muddy ,very soft sediment that was the main bottom type right there.

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Matted Bush-Pea (Pultenaea pedunculata)

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gus_thompson

Date

November 18, 2022 10:04 AM ACDT

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Beauty Buttons (Leptorhynchos tetrachaetus)

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davidsando

Date

November 18, 2022 03:58 PM ACDT

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Narrow-leaf Bitter-Pea (Daviesia leptophylla)

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davidsando

Date

November 18, 2022 10:18 AM ACDT

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Toothless Bull Ant (Myrmecia mandibularis)

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davidsando

Date

November 17, 2022 03:03 PM ACDT

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davidsando

Date

November 17, 2022 02:54 PM ACDT

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Swamp Willowherb (Epilobium pallidiflorum)

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rfoster

Date

November 18, 2022 04:48 PM ACDT

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Cartilage Lichen (Ramalina celastri)

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davidsando

Date

November 17, 2022 10:41 AM ACDT

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Straggly Corkbark (Hakea eyreana)

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calamanthus

Date

August 3, 2022 12:47 PM ACST

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Glossy-leaved Red Mallee (Eucalyptus oleosa)

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ellurasanctuary

Date

November 19, 2013

Description

Red Mallee (Eucalyptus oleosa)

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Weebill (Smicrornis brevirostris)

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debsa59

Date

November 7, 2022 07:07 AM ACDT

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Spiny-headed Mat-Rush (Lomandra longifolia)

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rwl

Date

November 11, 2022 11:25 AM ACDT

Description

It was unclear what this species was, but a flowering and a fruiting plant were found nearby on the same day.

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Hoary Servaea (Servaea incana)

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davemmdave

Date

December 2020

Description

Under bark of Eucalyptus camaldulensis camaldulensis.

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Eucalyptus Gall-forming Wasp (Epichrysocharis burwelli)

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karenweaving62

Date

October 29, 2022 05:51 PM ACDT

Description

Eucalyptus Gall Formimg Wasp, Epichrysocharis burwelli,

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davemmdave

Date

December 2021

Description

Two grossly identical shrimps as handnet bycatch when wading in seagrass meadows in very shallow subtidal pools on the intertidal section of the platform reef at Lady Bay (@ the Reef Watch intertidal monitoring site).Outgoing tide. Hoping to document a variety of small pipefish, Clingfish, gobies and suchlike.
Each Shrimp is about 20 to 22mm long.

Nb:-FWIW we netted only 2 bony fish.Both were juvenile Pugnose pipefish,each about 60 mm TL. Unfortunately I'd left my Android phone at home and couldn't photograph the pipefish prior release at Lady Bay in the same pools they were netted in.(But I inspected them carefully wearing my best prescription glasses and am certain they were young Pugnose and not young Verco's etc).

When I netted the first of these shrimps I thought I had got an unusual little Clingfish because it had the same basic dorsal profile and was the colour of speckled sand on top with thin but distinct dark brown stripe along the full length of the ventral aspect on each side. Making it ideal for cryptism when aligned along dead seagrass blades, fucoid brown algae etc over sandy bottom. Then I saw it spread it's legs (which had initially been recessed or held folded flat against the sides or underside) and my disappointment was palpable.
No undescribed species of grass Clingfish, merely a Shrimp displaying convergent evolution 🤨(!)

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Southern Scrub-Robin (Drymodes brunneopygia)

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ceejay93

Date

October 21, 2017 11:33 AM ACDT

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Southern Marbled Gecko (Christinus marmoratus)

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vmazey

Date

November 6, 2022 09:44 PM ACDT

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Curlew Sandpiper (Calidris ferruginea)

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rfoster

Date

October 10, 2021 04:18 PM ACDT

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mariannebroug

Date

October 27, 2022 10:42 AM ACDT

Description

Tiny. Growing on a south-facing bank next to a track in the national park. Easily missed. Very very small.

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Rough Bedstraw (Galium gaudichaudii)

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einadia

Date

November 6, 2022 12:59 PM ACDT

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Southern Flat Oyster (Ostrea angasi)

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davemmdave

Date

November 7, 2022 02:46 PM ACDT

Description

Image 1 is essentially as found, protruding from sand in a mildly raised area of the inland aspect of the swale in the Normanville North Dunes.
Images 2-4 are to assist taxon ID via viewing from different angles.

*The final 2 images are included because for me the location of this long dead valve (and I saw no evidence of its being part of a midden) tells one of 2 possible stories.
Perhaps it really was from an aboriginal midden (certainly the dunes swale had many and some remain relatively intact but others have been destroyed or spread widely by European settlement activities eg grazing, sandmining).Or, and I think this is more likely, the oyster valve was discarded by early settlers. Further information as follows.
Image 5 is taken with me standing exactly where I found it (cf Image 1) and I am facing roughly due west (actually closer to wnw).Image 6 is as for Image 5 but I am facing roughly due east. In the lower background you can just make out the leaves of the stunted cultivated fig tree which was planted more than a century ago on the inland side of the crest of the secondary dune by early Europeans. This is known to be a planted (not selfset) exotic edible fig because #1 it is apparently the only such fig tree in the Northern Normanville dunes #2 it is within metres of the now killed massive old olive trees(the huge stumps remain at ground level following decades of cutting swabbing drilling and filling) that were also planted, in the rear aspect of the dunes, on each side of the underground Morse code cable. That traversed the dunes at this exact location, before running under the beach then across GSV to Kingscote KI(laid circa late 1860s or 1870s).It served as communication between Normanville police station(at the time Normanville was the SW Fleurieu's relay outpost from Adelaide CBD) and Kingscote ,initially primarily for early alerting about shipwrecks off KI so help could be sent from eg Port Adelaide .
So, my point is that the men who manned the small hut in the rear of the dunes to maintain the cable's function and possibly also look for ships at risk of being wrecked in Yankalilla Bay during onshore gales may have collected some oysters to eat, or maybe just as fertiliser for the fruit trees they'd planted.
It is known(as I understand, anyway) that the inshore shellfish reefs of parts of Yankalilla Bay were harvested thus destroyed by dredging in a similar manner to virtually all similar shellfish reefs in southern Australia.
I'm not up to speed on what were the main shellfish eaten by the Kaurna here so I don't know if Ostrea angasi is commonly found in Kaurna middens in Yankalilla Bay (obviously at Goolwa pipi were a major component but pipi don't occur naturally here in Yankalilla Bay).
Usual apologies for the length of the above comments.

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Pygmy Daisy (Rhodanthe pygmaea)

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ned19

Date

November 2022

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Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus)

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heath_hunter

Date

November 3, 2022 02:50 PM ACDT

Description

On a house driveway. Snuffling along the gaps between pavers - see dirt flicked around all over the driveway.

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Tortricid Leafroller Moths (Family Tortricidae)

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davemmdave

Date

November 2022

Description

Taxon suggested by inat. I found this unusual small moth in some cut firewood. Unusual because it behaved as follows. It would walk quickly towards shelter and shade when placed on flat stone paving,and when "running " in this way it always kept it's wings closed, making it quite cryptic even on a fairly uniform background. But when it stopped moving forward (which it did suddenly ie it only had 2 speeds, zero and fast) within a second or two it would suddenly erect all wings vertically, so seen from above it would seem to have disappeared even though it was still there just sitting quietly. This behaviour may be quite common in some moth taxa, but I haven't seen it much myself. I suppose it is normally a nocturnally active species and has evolved this diurnal behaviour to avoid predation when it's hiding place diurnally is uncovered eg by birds that scratch ground litter such as Bassian Thrushes and Eurasian Blackbirds)

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Sharpnose Weed Whiting (Parodax caninis)

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davemmdave

Date

October 25, 2022 10:18 AM ACDT

Description

At centre of image 1.
A few seen this dive under the old Jetty.
In both images but more clearly in image 2 can be seen a juvenile Blackspotted Wrasse slightly to L of and below the subject sharpnose weed whiting.
I think the wrasse is probably hosting the weed whiting client, because the weed whiting lingered at this spot for surprisingly long time, and even seems to have adopted client pose.
Juvenile Blackspotted Wrasse are well known facultative cleaning hosts, but I have generally assumed their clients would be bigger than them. I have never witnessed any Sharpnose Weed Whiting being cleaned-by WCCs or any other known hosts, although I've seen Sharpnose WWs on other dives at Rapid Bay that were behaving in similar fashion to the above,making me suspect that they were in client mode.
So, while the above does not prove that juvenile Blackspotted Wrasse clean Sharpnose Weed Whiting, I am increasingly sure they do.

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dsm

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Flinders' Rock-Shell (Bedeva flindersi)

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davemmdave

Date

October 25, 2022 10:32 AM ACDT

Description

Egg capsules on underside corner of a turned rock.

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Gould's Wattled Bat (Chalinolobus gouldii)

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chawkins12

Date

February 3, 2020

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Native Scurf-Pea (Cullen australasicum)

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orchidrose

Date

October 31, 2022 03:37 PM ACDT

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dpgunner

Date

October 29, 2022 09:05 PM ACDT

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Bridled Leatherjacket (Acanthaluteres spilomelanurus)

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davemmdave

Date

February 25, 2020 12:18 PM ACDT

Description

Immature,I suspect.

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Biscuit Star (Pentagonaster duebeni)

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davemmdave

Date

December 11, 2017 01:40 PM ACDT

Description

On sand in large tide-pool with rising tide

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Rosy Heath-Myrtle (Euryomyrtus ramosissima ssp. ramosissima)

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manfdot

Date

September 21, 2022 04:39 PM ACST

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manfdot

Date

September 21, 2022 04:29 PM ACST

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calamanthus

Date

August 2, 2022 12:47 PM ACST

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Bush Banana (Marsdenia australis)

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manfdot

Date

August 31, 2022 10:22 AM ACST

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wamoz

Date

February 20, 2020 11:41 AM ACDT

Description

Going out on a limb a bit here, but this looks somewhat similar to other examples of epiphytic Bryzoa I can see online.

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Poison Morning Glory (Ipomoea muelleri)

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calamanthus

Date

July 30, 2022 05:51 PM ACST

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Clubrush (Genus Bolboschoenus)

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davemmdave

Date

October 22, 2022 12:16 PM ACDT

Description

Tentative. Plentiful locally.

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Whitebarred Boxfish (Anoplocapros lenticularis)

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davemmdave

Date

April 1990

Description

Scuba dive on 'Gem Reef',a little-known,fantastic rock reef dive site off Flinders Island in the Investigator Group Eastern Bightthis dive requires boat access. to Scoresby Shepherd AO,the vessel crew and the incredibly supportive occupational divers whose jobs were hard enough without having to 'mother ' this self absorbed hanger on,who struggled to keep up with them as they powered along the survey transects at 20-30 m counting and measuring the greenlip abs.My real life was just beginning...blah

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Widebody Pipefish (Stigmatopora nigra)

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kevincfishes

Date

January 19, 2006 04:06 PM ACDT

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Gulf Pipefish (Stigmatopora narinosa)

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kevincfishes

Date

March 26, 2022 07:44 AM ACDT

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Bushy Candles (Stackhousia aspericocca)

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msydes

Date

October 10, 2022 08:42 AM ACDT

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Bottlenose Dolphins (Genus Tursiops)

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msydes

Date

October 3, 2022 10:21 AM ACDT

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orchidrose

Date

October 15, 2022 09:10 AM ACDT

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wamoz

Date

August 9, 2020 03:06 PM ACST

Description

At first sight, I thought I had another batch of eggs but on closer examination of the images, that's not right.
Image #3 shows the underside which gives a better idea of the internal structure ... the top-side appears to have embedded sand in it.

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Corkybark (Gyrostemon ramulosus)

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manfdot

Date

August 27, 2022 06:06 PM ACST

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Pink Swamp Heath (Sprengelia incarnata)

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dkonservationist

Date

October 8, 2022 10:24 AM ACDT

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Peninsula Dragon (Ctenophorus fionni)

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awmccutcheon

Date

September 18, 2022 11:51 AM ACST

Description

Two individuals shown here.

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sebdive

Date

December 26, 2020 12:14 PM ACDT

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Pimpernel Sundew (Drosera glanduligera)

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mrrobbo99

Date

October 1, 2020 08:54 AM ACST

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Blue Stars (Chamaescilla corymbosa)

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mrrobbo99

Date

September 12, 2021 12:48 PM ACST

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mtank

Date

January 27, 2020

Description

Not sure, but this is for the leftmost and topmost individuals (the other two are P. pulcherrimus?)

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Brown Goshawk (Accipiter fasciatus)

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davidsando

Date

October 3, 2022 04:21 PM ACDT

Description

harassed by a Willie wagtail

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Australian Carrot (Daucus glochidiatus)

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xela_notsni

Date

September 30, 2022 05:07 PM ACST

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davidsando

Date

September 30, 2022 09:13 AM ACST

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Rufous Fieldwren (Calamanthus campestris)

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sandy_horne

Date

September 26, 2022 11:20 AM ACST

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Budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus)

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sandy_horne

Date

September 23, 2022 04:57 PM ACST

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Native Rosemary (Dampiera rosmarinifolia)

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grassroots-ky

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streglystendec

Date

June 14, 2020 10:11 AM ACST

Description

Washed up on stand line of rock pebbles and quartz sand beach adjacent to offshore seagrass meadows and rocky reef.

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Beaked Hakea (Hakea rostrata)

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chrisseager

Date

September 19, 2022 09:56 AM ACST

Description

It seemed to be a firm jelly like substance growing on the fine sandy ground - there was more than one close by.

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Rufous Net-casting Spider (Asianopis subrufa)

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jimbobo

Date

September 26, 2022 09:12 PM AEST

Description

Trap set.

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Book Triggerplant (Stylidium calcaratum)

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grassroots-ky

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Spiny Mint-Bush (Prostanthera spinosa)

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mangoparker

Date

September 25, 2022 11:26 AM ACST

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Bushy Candles (Stackhousia aspericocca)

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mangoparker

Date

September 25, 2022 11:16 AM ACST

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mangoparker

Date

September 25, 2022 11:09 AM ACST

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mangoparker

Date

September 25, 2022 11:08 AM ACST

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bonniefelice

Date

September 17, 2022 07:47 AM ACST

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Shrub Violet (Pigea floribunda)

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henryduigan

Date

September 14, 2022 12:32 PM ACST

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henryduigan

Date

September 13, 2022 01:00 PM ACST

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Zoned Sinum (Sinum zonale)

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frosty84

Date

May 18, 2021 09:01 AM UTC

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Tiny Daisy (Brachyscome perpusilla)

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davidsando

Date

September 21, 2022 08:50 AM ACST

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Dwarf Beauty-Heads (Blennospora drummondii)

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davidsando

Date

September 21, 2022 08:47 AM ACST

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Mulga Parrot (Psephotus varius)

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darcywhittaker

Date

September 17, 2022 09:43 AM ACST

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Wattles (Genus Acacia)

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possumpete

Date

July 19, 2022 05:44 PM AWST

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Yellow-footed Antechinus (Antechinus flavipes)

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asharley

Date

June 2, 2022 02:47 PM ACST

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Murnong (Microseris walteri)

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scarletmyzomela

Date

September 11, 2022 12:21 PM ACST

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nashma

Date

August 27, 2022 12:06 PM AEST

Description

In wheat field

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Southern Swainson-Pea (Swainsona behriana)

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ned19

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titreeren

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Austral Ellipsidion (Ellipsidion australe)

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heath_hunter

Date

September 15, 2022 10:18 AM ACST

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Blue Hibiscus (Alyogyne huegelii)

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francisnge

Date

October 2, 2021 03:17 PM ACST

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Red Dodder (Cuscuta planiflora)

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nicklambert

Date

July 16, 2022 09:47 AM AWST

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reiner

Date

October 25, 2018 10:45 AM AEDT

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dudz

Date

August 27, 2022 11:08 AM ACST