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Monthly Archive for June, 2017

Along the creek.

A long overdue daytime bush visit saw the camera in the shadows beneath the understory in a quest for Pterostylis grandiflora and perhaps some fungi. With the lack of rain the creek was dry, and fungi were very scarce, but as luck would have it the first encountered was quite beautiful and in pristine condition. […]

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Of This and That.

A welcome arrival in the mail this week from Andrew Isles was the highly anticipated new Field Guide to Spiders of Australia, by Robert Whyte and Greg Anderson. In the world of invertebrates there can surely be no more fascinating class of creatures than spiders. One can never cease to marvel at the sight of […]

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