Photos / Sounds

Observer

benweatherley

Date

December 28, 2019 03:16 PM NZDT
Sigaus nivalis - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Sigaus nivalis, a member of Spur-throated Grasshoppers (Subfamily Catantopinae)
Added on December 11, 2023
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon swap

Photos / Sounds

What

Robust Grasshopper (Sigaus robustus)

Observer

danilo_hegg

Date

November 2022

Description

Special babies on their way!

Robust Grasshopper - Photo (c) NZSnowman, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
euanbrook's ID: Robust Grasshopper (Sigaus robustus)
Added on December 11, 2023
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon swap

Photos / Sounds

What

South Island Lichen Moth (Ipana egregia)

Date

November 7, 2023 03:11 PM NZDT

Description

Quite a few of these around! Small group from a light I left at the Divide.

South Island Lichen Moth - Photo (c) Nicola Baines, all rights reserved, uploaded by Nicola Baines
euanbrook's ID: South Island Lichen Moth (Ipana egregia)
Added on December 10, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

West African Crocodile (Crocodylus suchus)

Observer

gego

Date

February 18, 2016 12:33 PM CET

Description

For information, a guide saw a young crocodile in 2015 at Guelta d'Archeï, which proves that, despite the environmental difficulties, these species manage to reproduce.
In 2006 they were counted at 9 individuals.
In the early 2000s, a study conducted by scientists revealed that these species mainly fed on camel droppings. Like what we must believe in the adaptability of nature.
Fortunately, the Toubou people who live in northern Chad consider these crocodiles to be sacred.

West African Crocodile - Photo (c) Jakob Fahr, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Jakob Fahr
euanbrook's ID: West African Crocodile (Crocodylus suchus)
Added on July 25, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Eastern Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum)

Observer

tenbears1

Date

May 15, 2023 12:55 PM EDT
Eastern Milksnake - Photo (c) Travis W. Reeder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Travis W. Reeder
euanbrook's ID: Eastern Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum)
Added on May 22, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

bevlor

Date

October 2021
Powelliphanta superba - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta superba, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 15, 2023
Improving

Photos / Sounds

Observer

bevlor

Date

March 2020
Powelliphanta superba - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta superba, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 15, 2023
Leading

Photos / Sounds

Observer

mark2-nz

Date

May 2023
Powelliphanta hochstetteri - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta hochstetteri, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 15, 2023
Improving

Photos / Sounds

Observer

mark2-nz

Date

May 2023
Powelliphanta hochstetteri - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta hochstetteri, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 15, 2023
Improving

Photos / Sounds

Observer

craigwilson10

Date

April 2023

Description

Flotsam

Powelliphanta lignaria - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta lignaria, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 6, 2023
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

New Zealand Skinks (Genus Oligosoma)

Observer

janegosden

Date

February 2009
New Zealand Skinks - Photo no rights reserved, uploaded by Carey-Knox-Southern-Scales
euanbrook's ID: New Zealand Skinks (Genus Oligosoma)
Added on May 6, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Southern Rātā (Metrosideros umbellata)

Observer

jaznmorris

Date

March 31, 2023 01:17 PM NZDT

Description

On the edge of the lake. 1 of 3 sites seen

Southern Rātā - Photo (c) Alex Fergus, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Alex Fergus
euanbrook's ID: Southern Rātā (Metrosideros umbellata)
Added on May 5, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Southern Rātā (Metrosideros umbellata)

Observer

jaznmorris

Date

March 31, 2023 02:07 PM NZDT

Description

On the edge of the lake. 1 of 3 sites seen

Southern Rātā - Photo (c) Alex Fergus, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Alex Fergus
euanbrook's ID: Southern Rātā (Metrosideros umbellata)
Added on May 5, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kirstenbarkla

Date

April 2023
Powelliphanta annectens - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta annectens, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 2, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

craigwilson10

Date

April 2023

Description

Flotsam

Powelliphanta augusta - Photo Alan Liefting, no known copyright restrictions (public domain)
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta augusta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 2, 2023
Maverick

Photos / Sounds

Observer

jeanro

Date

May 2023
Powelliphanta traversi - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta traversi, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 2, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

jeanro

Date

May 2023
Powelliphanta traversi - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta traversi, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on May 2, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

New Zealand Brown Geckos (Genus Woodworthia)

Observer

shannonmarshall

Date

March 2023
New Zealand Brown Geckos - Photo (c) Jon Sullivan, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
euanbrook's ID: New Zealand Brown Geckos (Genus Woodworthia)
Added on April 28, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

paddy3

Date

December 2021

Description

Shell

Powelliphanta superba - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta superba, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 28, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

naturewatchwidow

Date

December 2013

Description

Several shells seen around the top of the staircase. No live snails

Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

felixcollins

Date

February 2014

Description

Predated

Powelliphanta patrickensis - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta patrickensis, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sarah_richardson

Date

January 2008

Description

In the more vegetated parts of the Lookout Range i.e. tussocks rather than granite gravelfields

Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Date

January 2010
Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

danilo_hegg

Date

October 2015

Description

Cracked shell, but still alive.

Powelliphanta "Urewera". I can't find this species in the taxonomy list here.

Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

memopob

Date

February 2016

Description

Part of 55 yr old collection.

Sparse at site when collected.
Recent visit shows marked improvement in numbers. Well done conservationists! Feral peafowl at the southern end of track are a bit of a concern though. Could they eventually present a risk?
Shell quite thick and limey under the outer membranes

Powelliphanta traversi traversi - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta traversi ssp. traversi, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 26, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

meadowsw

Date

January 2022
Powelliphanta annectens - Photo (c) memopob, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by memopob
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta annectens, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 24, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

rheanne2

Date

March 2022

Description

Dead/empty shell

Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 24, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

judyfotheringham

Date

May 2022
Powelliphanta spedeni - Photo (c) Samuel Purdie, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Samuel Purdie
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta spedeni, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 24, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

markdpcv

Date

July 2022
Powelliphanta - Photo (c) Danilo Hegg, all rights reserved, uploaded by Danilo Hegg
euanbrook's ID: Genus Powelliphanta, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 24, 2023
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Date

March 2023
Powelliphanta marchanti - Photo (c) Andrew Blayney, all rights reserved, uploaded by Andrew Blayney
euanbrook's ID: Powelliphanta marchanti, a member of Cannibal Snails (Family Rhytididae)
Added on April 24, 2023
Supporting

Stats

  • 362