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26 Aug 2021

Hi everyone, As you know we have been working really hard to bring NatureMapr to more areas in a sustainable way. We have turned on all of NSW, VIC and QLD and Kangaroo Island in SA at the moment, with the other remaining states on the way soon. This is underpinned by the brand new mobile app which...

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ChrisDavey wrote:
20 min ago
Hi TimL, there is in deed a site nearby which you have identified in your subsequent posting. I have been keeping my eye out on this site for about three weeks now and a few days ago the female popped her head out as I passed by. We have been aware of a couple of sites in this general area over the last couple of years and Sulphur-crested Cockatoos have always been a problem for the nesting GGs. Many thanks for the postings, Chris

Callocephalon fimbriatum
LisaH wrote:
44 min ago
Thank you - I was so worried I would be overseeing it's demise, so very happy to see it fly off.

Heliocosma argyroleuca (TBC)
ibaird wrote:
55 min ago
Nice work Lisa H, see Sighting no, 4404180: Heliocosma argyroleuca. ie. not a case moth. Great to have the pupal case identified to species level. Your photo i.e 4404148 merits posting on Lepidoptera Butterfly House I think - over to donhe!

Heliocosma argyroleuca (TBC)
ibaird wrote:
57 min ago
Great work LisaH! Nice to have Glenn Cocking's suggestion confirmed to the species level, see Sighting No. 4410510.

Heliocosma argyroleuca (TBC)
RAllen wrote:
1 hr ago
All four specimens today showed no red on head.

Missulena occatoria (TBC)
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