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17 Sep 2023

A very sincere congratulations to CNM administrator Michael B for reaching a monumental milestone - TEN THOUSAND SIGHTINGS.If it wasn't for all the assistance MichaelB has given me with refining and s...

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10 Years of NatureMapr!

STEP bioblitz Sun 19 Nov- looking for helpers

Kicking-off School's Program!


23 Aug 2023

Calling all Canberra Nature Mappers!For the first time ever, Canberra Nature Map is excited to be hosting a program of field trips which will run over the spring/summer season of 2023. All walks will ...

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4 min ago
Thanks Lisa

Callocephalon fimbriatum
waltraud wrote:
11 min ago
I agree Climate Change will effect ecological communities and distribution of species in the future even with other things such as geology and soils unchanged (climate change may also affect soils...).

Acacia brachybotrya
donhe wrote:
4 hrs ago
@Hejor1: It would be good to rear it to an adult to confirm the ID.

Halone consolatrix
donhe wrote:
4 hrs ago
@mcleana: was there a yellow line along the outer margin, like in photos 1,2 &3, or not as in photo4?

Unidentified Concealer moth (Oecophoridae)
ibaird wrote:
Fair comment. On a second look its hard to reconcile the first three images with the fourth one.
A Tiger moth perhaps eg. Brunia replana or Phenacomorpha bisecta?

Unidentified Concealer moth (Oecophoridae)
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