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ACT Most Wanted!

Overview

We need your help finding any sightings of the following rare species. If you see them in your travels please report them. Some we suspect are more common than existing records suggest. Your sighting will help direct conservation managment to where it is needed. For those that are considered rare, it will help with recovery plans.

10 species

Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds) (Gang-gang Cockatoo (named birds))

Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds) "Baldy"
Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds) "Pie"
Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds) Jake
Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds)
Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds)
Callocephalon fimbriatum (identifiable birds)

Cooraboorama canberrae (Canberra Raspy Cricket)

Cooraboorama canberrae
Cooraboorama canberrae
Cooraboorama canberrae
Cooraboorama canberrae
Cooraboorama canberrae
Cooraboorama canberrae

Diuris aequalis (Buttercup Doubletail)

Diuris aequalis
Diuris aequalis
Diuris aequalis
Diuris aequalis
Diuris aequalis
Diuris aequalis

Hibbertia porcata (A guinea flower)

Hibbertia porcata
Hibbertia porcata
Hibbertia porcata
Hibbertia porcata
Hibbertia porcata
Hibbertia porcata

Keyacris scurra (Key's Matchstick Grasshopper)

Keyacris scurra
Keyacris scurra
Keyacris scurra
Keyacris scurra
Keyacris scurra
Keyacris scurra

Paralucia spinifera (Bathurst or Purple Copper Butterfly)

Paralucia spinifera
Paralucia spinifera
Paralucia spinifera
Paralucia spinifera
Paralucia spinifera
Paralucia spinifera

Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus (Metallic Green Carpenter Bee)

Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus female
Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus male
Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus female
Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus
Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus
Xylocopa (Lestis) aeratus

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