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QPRC LGA field guide

QPRC LGA

12689
0.22 sightings / ha
Namadgi National Park field guide

Namadgi National Park

8149
0.41 sightings / ha
Morton National Park field guide

Morton National Park

5205
0.1 sightings / ha
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve field guide

Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

4879
2.47 sightings / ha
ANBG field guide

ANBG

4510
333.05 sightings / ha
Aranda Bushland field guide

Aranda Bushland

4453
53.02 sightings / ha
Mount Ainslie field guide

Mount Ainslie

4285
30.36 sightings / ha
Black Mountain field guide

Black Mountain

4242
23.57 sightings / ha
Wingecarribee Local Government Area field guide

Wingecarribee Local Government Area

4034
0.02 sightings / ha
Mount Painter field guide

Mount Painter

3846
118.7 sightings / ha
Mongarlowe River field guide

Mongarlowe River

3841
0.03 sightings / ha
South East Forest National Park field guide

South East Forest National Park

3764
0.83 sightings / ha
Albury field guide

Albury

3478
1.98 sightings / ha
Broulee Moruya Nature Observation Area field guide

Broulee Moruya Nature Observation Area

3405
1.19 sightings / ha
Ben Boyd National Park field guide

Ben Boyd National Park

3363
0.95 sightings / ha
The Pinnacle field guide

The Pinnacle

3317
112.24 sightings / ha
Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill field guide

Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill

3127
26.1 sightings / ha
Mount Majura field guide

Mount Majura

3086
19.8 sightings / ha
Kosciuszko National Park field guide

Kosciuszko National Park

3006
0.01 sightings / ha
Wodonga field guide

Wodonga

3003
0.32 sightings / ha

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Discussion

Mike wrote:
1 hr ago
Would you simply call this a super-colony?

Papyrius nitidus
Mike wrote:
1 hr ago
App gives wrong location.

Platycercus eximius
Mike wrote:
1 hr ago
Once again the location is horribly wrong, but it will take me a while to fix. The Google maps don’t show the current environment.

Sturnus vulgaris
WendyEM wrote:
2 hrs ago
checklist of features MoVic pt3 CD page 2- A- face red (just visible), B - fillet white, C - antennae white (? dark fillets not visible - female?) D - collar red, green, fine white line. E - fringe thin yellow then dark red edge (with black spots at veins - this specimen has worn fringe so spots are no longer visible) F - mid-dorsal line yellow with reddish edging (again this specimen is a bit worn but 2 toned mid-line is distinctive) G - costa yellow with red edge (again worn but there) For me the mid-line is the clincher. CD p.1 "The similar C. vertumnaria is smaller with a cream central line on the abdomen."

Chlorocoma (genus)
Steve818 wrote:
3 hrs ago
Buds in 7s (> 3s in photos), fruits pedicellate

Eucalyptus globulus subsp. bicostata

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