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Monthly Archive for May, 2018

Autumn Oddments.

For over six months now the female St. Andrew’s Cross spider has been up under the house eave, and she has now constructed six egg sacs. It will be interesting to see how many of her children decorate the garden next season. Also sheltering under a structure is this magnificent big female Nephila edulis at […]

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Bees plus.

With autumn winding down, invertebrate life is also dropping off, but enough images have been captured for at least a couple of posts. Blue-banded Bees were still very active in mid April when these shots were taken at the nectar-rich Grevillea maccutcheonii. They haven’t been seen for a while now, but with the Hakea laurina […]

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