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Monthly Archive for February, 2018

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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The Native Garden Ecosystem #9

The River Bottlebrush, Callistemon sieberi is having a second flowering, not as prolific as the first, but very attractive nonetheless and a magnet for wasps and other insects. Wasps of many species have been very numerous this season, with more of the blue flower wasps than we’ve seen before, and what great pollinators they all […]

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