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7 Jul 2022

For Biodiversity Month (September) this year, Wingecarribee Shire Council is wanting to showcase some of the awesome photos taken by citizen scientists using the Southern Highlands Nature Map. Select...

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RogerF wrote:
26 May 2023
Finding them is largely opportunistic. Your time will come!

Gryllacrididae sp. (family)
trevorpreston wrote:
26 May 2023
A great find, I've been hoping to see leaf, wood or raspy crickets for years and still haven't seen one. I've even had a few trips out at night with no luck.

Gryllacrididae sp. (family)
AaronClausen wrote:
22 May 2023

Chiloglottis seminuda
natureguy wrote:
18 May 2023
I think C. gunnianum is a good call.

Coronidium gunnianum
Curiosity wrote:
18 May 2023
@Tapirlord, I have added 2 more images to the sighting. Image 3 shows the base of the plant in images 1 & 2. It was growing in a patch of sand. Image 4 shows another flower nearby in a more vegetated wet area.

Coronidium gunnianum
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