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Monthly Archive for January, 2018

As Yet Unknown.

While watering the garden a small creature, about 6.5 mm longĀ  was noticed trying to escape the water spray by hiding under the pine bark mulch, and something about it warranted a closer look. It was happy to cling to a finger while being taken inside to the camera, and inspection of the photos taken […]

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Garden Surprise.

Chelepteryx collesi, male. In May last year when mothing in the box/ironbark bush at Glenmaggie, thirty five Batwing Moths, Chelepteryx collesi came in to the light. That post with pictures of this late autumn specialty can be seen here. Other locations with different eucalypt species, eg. peppermint, and manna gum, have also yielded good results […]

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