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Monthly Archive for September, 2016

The Plume Moths….

….fragile, and insubstantial, sometimes not much larger than a big mosquito, they can be easily overlooked on the moth sheet, and difficult for the camera to keep in focus, particularly if the sheet is moving in the breeze. The most common species in this part of Gippsland is Platyptilia emissalis, the larvae of which feed […]

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Holey Plains State Park.

This park covers 10,638 hectares and is one of the richest and most diverse areas of native vegetation in the Victorian parks system, with well over five hundred species recorded. It is a valuable reserve of the eucalypt and banksia woodland that has been extensively cleared for other purposes, including pine plantations that abut the […]

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