Monthly Archive for April, 2012

Saturday snapshots.

The first Yellow-faced Honeyeater we’ve had in quite a while, brings this month’s bird bath count of native species to thirteen. On a track beside a pine plantation Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos were in numbers, and along the bush tracks on the way home Victoria’s floral emblem, Epacris impressa was putting on a beautiful show, a […]

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…..but welcome all the same, other creatures that see the light shining and call in for a meal, or just to check out the scene. A sac spider with prey. Clubionidae family. Flat-headed leaf hopper. Cicadellidae family. Green mottled plant hopper. Flatidae family. Katydid species minus a leg. Tettigoniidae family. Craneflies mating. I mentioned a […]

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