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Monthly Archive for February, 2018

The Dragonfly of Autumn.

During the last few days of summer, dragonflies on the wing have been hard to find by the river and creek, just a very occasional Emerald, but that is par for the course. Last season, the autumn appearance of Cordulephya pygmaea, the Common Shutwing was a non event for some reason, but this year it […]

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In to the light.

In addition to moths, a bewildering assortment of insects fly into the moth light. Here is a selection from two recent moth sessions, firstly from the bush adjacent to Lake Glenmaggie. Although it’s not yet March, march flies are well and truly on the wing in the box/ironbark bush. This one found boot leather too […]

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