Category Archive for 'Other creatures'

It started off with a discovery when I was watering some pots on the verandah, I noticed the upper leaves on a small cassia plant were tattered. It didn’t take long to realise the cause and spot it, a looper caterpillar, larva of a geometrid moth.. As usual at this time of year the Gold […]

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B photography.

Spring has sprung, an Olive-backed Oriole and a Pallid Cuckoo are calling, and the little native bees are working on the Hardenbergia violacea and Dillwynia cinerascens flowers along the rail trail. And, today some welcome rain is bucketing down. Yesterday was ideal for bee photography, cloudy bright and almost dead calm, you need all the […]

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