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Top species richness

QPRC LGA field guide

QPRC LGA

12676
0.22 sightings / ha
Namadgi National Park field guide

Namadgi National Park

8145
0.41 sightings / ha
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve field guide

Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

4877
2.47 sightings / ha
ANBG field guide

ANBG

4509
333.01 sightings / ha
Aranda Bushland field guide

Aranda Bushland

4453
53.02 sightings / ha
Mount Ainslie field guide

Mount Ainslie

4281
30.33 sightings / ha
Black Mountain field guide

Black Mountain

4239
23.57 sightings / ha
Mount Painter field guide

Mount Painter

3846
118.69 sightings / ha
Mongarlowe River field guide

Mongarlowe River

3834
0.03 sightings / ha
The Pinnacle field guide

The Pinnacle

3317
112.23 sightings / ha
Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill field guide

Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill

3127
26.1 sightings / ha
Mount Majura field guide

Mount Majura

3083
19.79 sightings / ha
Kosciuszko National Park field guide

Kosciuszko National Park

3006
0.01 sightings / ha
Block 402 field guide

Block 402

2893
7.84 sightings / ha
Dryandra St Woodland field guide

Dryandra St Woodland

2888
187.09 sightings / ha
Bruce Ridge field guide

Bruce Ridge

2769
23.09 sightings / ha
Red Hill to Yarralumla Creek field guide

Red Hill to Yarralumla Creek

2751
55.43 sightings / ha
Red Hill Nature Reserve field guide

Red Hill Nature Reserve

2560
26.22 sightings / ha
Piney Ridge field guide

Piney Ridge

2472
32.94 sightings / ha
Illilanga & Baroona field guide

Illilanga & Baroona

2414
43.84 sightings / ha

Announcements

11 May 2024

Hi everyone,We're very pleased to welcome Katarina Christenson to our team as NatureMapr Test Lead.Katarina has been giving Lewis and our group of volunteer mobile app testers a huge hand with testing...


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Events

14 May 2024

Photographic Competition Exhibition at the CSIRO Discover CentreTwenty-three framed photographs of the competition winners and finalists will be on display at the CSIRO Discover Centre from 22 May 202...


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Discussion

donhe wrote:
6 hrs ago
@Hejor1 : Are you sure they are not Hemipteran? If you take them into protective custody and check their progress each day, and photograph what hatches from them, we can then probably identify the order. To find the species you will have to rear some of them to adults.

Lepidoptera unclassified IMMATURE moth
donhe wrote:
Yesterday
Thanks Michael. I can now Suggest it, but cannot Confirm the other suggestions, I imagine because they refer to a now defunct address, I suggest these be undone.

Chrysolarentia plagiocausta
EathanDouglas wrote:
Yesterday
this is a similar species to N. diana but has a monobrow instead of two distinct brows, it may be undescribed or the unrevised Neosparassus pictus :)

Neosparassus sp. (genus)
Csteele4 wrote:
Yesterday
@KenT I've only ever seen Phylloporus with luridly-yellow gills.

Unidentified Cap on a stem; gills below cap [mushrooms or mushroom-like]
KenT wrote:
Yesterday
Looks like some of the records we have under Phylloporus

Unidentified Cap on a stem; gills below cap [mushrooms or mushroom-like]

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