A move to another location to check on the Showy Podolepis, P. jaceoides, found a number in flower despite the dry conditions, and as usual they were being attended by native bees. One of the commonest wildflowers, Pimelia species, don’t seem to attract the number of insects that other plants do, but on this occasion […]
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A long stretch of the railway reserve had been burnt as I mentioned in a previous post, and flowering of the grassland flora is now in full swing. Wandering carefully through with just the snapshot camera for general photos I noticed more than one Scorpion Fly. One that I followed was quite wary, but eventually […]