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Cherax destructor (TBC)

Unidentified at Suppressed - 2 Jun 2019

Identification history

Freshwater Crayfish Cherax destructor 3 Jun 2019 wombey
Unidentified 3 Jun 2019 LisaH

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Author's notes

This smallish hole is by a river. We're guessing snake, such as red-belly black? Happy to be completely incorrect!

2 comments

wombey wrote:
   3 Jun 2019
Yes, probably incorrect. Although a Red-bellied Black Snake may use the hole they do not make their own in this way. It looks more like a yabby hole.
LisaH wrote:
   3 Jun 2019
Thank you! Interesting.

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