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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!

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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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abread111 wrote:
4 min ago
And with climate change such species may well find their way here from more western and northern areas... the margins of distribution will change.

Acacia brachybotrya
stofbrew wrote:
1 hr ago
Hey thanks @MattM - appreciate the info.

Diuris pardina
waltraud wrote:
2 hrs ago
B&C Many thanks for comments.

Acacia brachybotrya
Tapirlord wrote:
2 hrs ago
Perhaps not, but it is a semi-arid species; so to be honest whether or not it is restricted to Mallee country may not matter.

Acacia brachybotrya
wombey wrote:
2 hrs ago
Not sure how this one got through but Alison is correct

Intellagama lesueurii howittii
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