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What

Rainforest Greenhood (Pterostylis hildae)

Observer

izakschoon

Date

July 19, 2021 07:11 PM AEST

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What

Red Swampdragon (Agrionoptera insignis ssp. allogenes)

Observer

leitchbird

Date

May 26, 2022 10:47 AM AEST

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challenguate

Date

March 10, 2020 09:03 AM CST

Description

Salvia grandis Epling

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Observer

wellsii

Date

February 17, 2022 12:01 PM AEST

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What

Shrubby Platysace (Platysace lanceolata)

Observer

rpodonnell

Date

December 30, 2021 03:06 PM +11

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Observer

reecetaverner

Date

September 23, 2021 04:45 PM AEST

Description

All fronds fertile
Fronds clustered and undivided. Up to 30cm high.

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What

Hibiscuses (Genus Hibiscus)

Observer

arthur_chapman

Date

August 16, 2021 07:57 AM AEST

Description

Hibiscus pentaphyllus (NOT H. caesia) in the Tunnel Creek National Park, North of Fitzroy Crossing, Kimberleys, Western Australia. August 2021.

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What

Smilax sp.

Observer

frankmcgrath

Date

September 19, 2021 08:43 AM AEST

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Observer

e-bit

Date

August 23, 2021 04:23 PM AEST

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Observer

reecetaverner

Date

March 5, 2021 02:26 PM +11

Description

Hairy leaves and flower stem. Back petals keeled over more than typical V. hederacea. Leaves not as strongly toothed as V. Perreniformis. Other more typical form of V. hederacea found growing close by. Only one flower was present.

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Observer

luis615

Date

December 2020

Description

Small crayfish with dark grey body orange brown flanks and sky blue claws. Fine spines over body claws and legs. Found under rock in burrow In basalt spring with Cyathea spp. Treeferns Diplazium and Pollia. Rainforest regrowth 805m altitude.

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What

Swamp Wallaby (Wallabia bicolor)

Observer

orlandob

Date

September 19, 2020 04:00 PM AEST

Description

Skull found on north Bribie Island; was found underneath sand behind the hind dunes.

“P1 longer than longest molar” was from A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia, third edition p. 127, Wallabia bicolor.