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Monthly Archive for December, 2016

Christmas Roundup #2.

The Masked Bees, Hylaeus nubilosus have arrived at the bee house three weeks  later and in smaller numbers this season, possibly due to different climatic conditions compared with last year. A tiny and very quick species is also checking out the accommodation, it may possibly be a Euryglossine species, but is yet to be positively […]

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Christmas Roundup #1

The small birds seem to have have completely deserted us, there is probably plenty of food in the bush with the red gums in full flower at the moment. On the other hand it’s been a bumper season in the garden for invertebrates, starting with the hover flies and the long-legged green flies. They have […]

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