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Discussion

JenniM wrote:
40 min ago
I was very pleased to capture that detail.

Jalmenus ictinus
lbradley wrote:
58 min ago
I would have loved to see it when it was flowering. It would have been magnificent.

Dipodium roseum
lbradley wrote:
1 hr ago
I don’t think so. The coordinates are accurate this time so you can see it’s well into the Bushland. I’ve been transplanting lots of prostantheras from Aranda to KV and although there are different species, I think I’d recognise a prostanthera. I did smell it because one of my apps thought it might be thyme. It did sort of smell sort of like thyme but not minty. Thyme maybe?

Prostanthera sp.
waltraud wrote:
2 hrs ago
Brilliant. I like how the pupa is fastened onto the branch with a string of silk.

Jalmenus ictinus
RogerF wrote:
5 hrs ago
Known area for this cryptic species

Cooraboorama canberrae

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