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20 Jun 2018

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BettyDonWood756 wrote:
3 min ago
Probably Amyema. The common local Amyema is miquelii. Closeups of leaves, and how the flowers/fruit are attached to their stems, are needed for a...

Unidentified
MPennay wrote:
28 min ago
If it's a cultivar it has naturalised. The covering on the leaves is frost not hair. Ill attach more photos of the plants....

Unidentified
bushman wrote:
3 hrs ago
I reckon this is E. heatwolei rather than E. tympanum as this obs has been currently ascribed. Despite what appears to be a pale anterior edge to...

Skink Eulamprus tympanum (Southern Water-skink)
bushman wrote:
3 hrs ago
Very good insight into subtleties of appearance, reliability of distinguishing characteristics and microhabitat preferences between these two spe...

Skink Eulamprus tympanum (Southern Water-skink)
bushman wrote:
4 hrs ago
Yes, some species of water skinks are not easy to identify, especially from photographs. These two species in particular are often incorrectly id...

Skink Eulamprus tympanum (Southern Water-skink)
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