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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Large adult Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae, formerly Heteropodidae. Possibly female due to robust build and size of palps - Holconia vasta. Specific species ID uncertain as there are a number of similar Hunstman spider in the region such as Heteropoda venatoria and a number of others in the Isopeda genus. Close up view of face showing palpus and two rows of eyes. NSW, Australia

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Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Adult Laughing Kookaburra, (Dacelo novaeguineae) perched on tree branch. Terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea

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Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Adult Laughing Kookaburra, (Dacelo novaeguineae) perched on tree branch. Terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea

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Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Small Grey Fantail bird in tree being watched by large Laughing Kookaburra sitting on branch in background. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Grey Fantail taxonomy: Order: Passeriformes Family: Rhipiduridae Genus: Rhipidura

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Large adult Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae, formerly Heteropodidae. Possibly female due to robust build and size of palps - Holconia vasta. Specific species ID uncertain as there are a number of similar Hunstman spider in the region such as Heteropoda venatoria and a number of others in the Isopeda genus. Close up view of face showing palpus and two rows of eyes. NSW, Australia

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Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Adult Laughing Kookaburra, (Dacelo novaeguineae) perched on tree branch. Terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea

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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Algae and Lichen on tree bark

Algae and Lichen on tree bark

Close up view of algae and lichen on tree trunk. Lichens are formed through a symbiotic relationship between specific fungi and algae. Very slow growing, often regarded as indicator species in ecology studies and climate change research.

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on timber post. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite

Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite

Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite sometimes known as true velvet mite or rain bugs. Various species widespread around the world. Small Arachnids typically found in leaf litter. As adults they are active predators. Photographed in Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Taxonomy Class: Arachnida Subclass: Acari Order: Trombidiformes Superfamily: Trombidioidea Family: Trombidiidae

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Common, European Ivy, Hedera helix

Common, European Ivy, Hedera helix

Common, European Ivy, Hedera helix. Fast growing climbing evergreen plant. Often cultivated as a ground cover plant or to grow over structures. However it can also be problematic in damaging building walls, brickwork and guttering. An invasive, opportunistic plant it will thrive where European type conditions exist. Regarded as a serious pest in other parts of the world, such as Australia, where it rapidly smothers native trees bush and under storey growth. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Small Grey Fantail bird in tree being watched by large Laughing Kookaburra sitting on branch in background. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Grey Fantail taxonomy: Order: Passeriformes Family: Rhipiduridae Genus: Rhipidura

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Cane Toad, Bufo marinus

Cane Toad, Bufo marinus

Injured, animal puncture wounds marks on back. Major pest, feral introduced species. Cairns area, QLD Aus.

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Australian Green Mantis, Orthodera ministralis

Australian Green Mantis, Orthodera ministralis

Green Praying Mantis, Orthodera ministralis, hunting amongst foliage of garden shrub. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite

Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite

Trombidiidae, Red Velvet Mite sometimes known as true velvet mite or rain bugs. Various species widespread around the world. Small Arachnids typically found in leaf litter. As adults they are active predators. Photographed in Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Taxonomy Class: Arachnida Subclass: Acari Order: Trombidiformes Superfamily: Trombidioidea Family: Trombidiidae

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on timber post. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on timber post. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on timber post. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on garden plant pot. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris

Plague Soldier Beetle, Chauliognathus lugubris. Mating swarm on garden plant pot. Southern Highlands, NSW. Native to Australia. Flattened body approx 15mm long. Iridescent green elytra. Taxonomy Order: Coleoptera Family: Cantharidae Genus: Chauliognathus Species: C. lugubris

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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus

Shaggy Mane, Coprinus comatus - fungus. A common fungus sometimes seen on disturbed ground lawns, gravel roads and waste areas. This example was found on a disused tarmac track. Widely distributed across Europe and North America is also now found as an introduced species in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Apparently Australia Post featured it on a postage stamp in 1981. Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Agaricaceae Genus: Coprinus

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Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae

Large adult Huntsman Spider, Family - Sparassidae, formerly Heteropodidae. Possibly female due to robust build and size of palps - Holconia vasta. Specific species ID uncertain as there are a number of similar Hunstman spider in the region such as Heteropoda venatoria and a number of others in the Isopeda genus. Close up view of face showing palpus and two rows of eyes. NSW, Australia

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Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Adult Laughing Kookaburra, (Dacelo novaeguineae) perched on tree branch. Terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea

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Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Laughing Kookaburra, Dacelo novaeguineae

Adult Laughing Kookaburra, (Dacelo novaeguineae) perched on tree branch. Terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea

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Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Grey Fantail, Rhipidura fuliginosa plus Kookaburra

Small Grey Fantail bird in tree being watched by large Laughing Kookaburra sitting on branch in background. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Grey Fantail taxonomy: Order: Passeriformes Family: Rhipiduridae Genus: Rhipidura

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Tadpole, Frog

Tadpole, Frog

Frog tadpole against black, darkground background. Believed to be Limnodynastes sp., possibly Eastern Banjo or Pobblebonk Frog which are common in NSW, Australia.

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Jumping spider, Salticid spider

Jumping spider, Salticid spider

Jumping spider, Salticid spider with clutch of eggs being manipulated by the chelicera and pedipalps. On Honeysuckle leaf in garden, Salticidae species. These are very active diurnal hunters, with individual speceis often specialising in a specific prey animal and stalking/ambush technique. It has been seen that in stalking their prey these spiders otften take very circuitous routes, often out of the sight their target such as a long detour from one bush down to the ground, then up the stem of another bush. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia Identifying features include the cephalothorax (head and the thorax fused together) and the pattern of 8 eyes, particularly the prominent median pair.

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Skin, Limnodynastes dumerili, Eastern Pobblebonk frog

Skin, Limnodynastes dumerili, Eastern Pobblebonk frog

Frog. Limnodynastes dumerili, Eastern Pobblebonk - also known as the Eastern Banjo Frog. Family: Myobatrachidae, Australian Ground frogs. Shows close view of warty skin. Southern Highlands NSW, Australia.

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Lichen on tree trunk

Lichen on tree trunk

Lichen growing on tree trunk. Possibly a foliose lichen such as Parmotrema sp. Lichens are complex organisms forming a symbiotic combination of fungi and a photosynthetic partner, usually algae. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Spirobolid millipede

Spirobolid millipede

Spirobolida Millipede. These animals are found across Australia feeding on the soft parts of plants and decaying vegetation. Images show adult millipede foraging amongst lichen, fungus and the rough bark crevices of a grden tree. Southern Highlands, NSW.

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Common Brushtail Possum, Trichosurus vulpecula

Common Brushtail Possum, Trichosurus vulpecula

Common Brushtail Possum in garden tree. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Leopard Slug, Limax maximus

Leopard Slug, Limax maximus

Leopard Slug, Limax maximus. Image shows adult Lepoard slug shletring against brick wall. Native to Europe this large keeled slug has been introduced to many parts of the world, including Australia. A feature of this species are the leopard-like spots against a greyish background body colour. Although colouration can vary significantly. The shield or saddle always has black spots. This specimen was photographed in Sydney, NSW. Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda Clade Heterobranchia Superfamily: Limacoidea Family: Limacidae Subfamily: Limacinae

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Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes scat, excrement.

Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes scat, excrement.

The European Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes, has a varied diet including fruit, berries, insects, crustaceans, small mammals, and birds. The scat usually has a tapered and partly segmented shape. Widespread across Australia. The fox is considered a significant pest causing widespread ecological damage by preying on native animals. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Tawny Frogmouth, Podargus strigoides

Tawny Frogmouth, Podargus strigoides

Tawny Frogmouth, Podargus strigoides. An Australian native species of frogmouth found throughout Australia. Big-headed, stocky birds often mistaken for owls resulting from their nocturnal habits and similar colouring. Experts at camouflage and concealment, when lying along a branch these birds virtually disappear. Taxon family, Podargidae. Photographed in Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia.

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Scale Insect, Coccidae, on green leaf macro photo

Scale Insect, Coccidae, on green leaf macro photo

Image shows macro photograph, female form of Scale Insect attached to green plant leaf. The body of the female scale insect forms a hardened protective waxy coated shell-like scale beneath which another generation of nymphs develop and later emerge and disperse. Known as the maternal scale. Scale insects can be serious economic pests as ectoparasites an a wide range of plants. Usually immobile. Southern Highlands, NSW Taxonomy: Order - Hemiptera Suborder - Sternorrhyncha Super family - Coccidae

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Black Bean Aphid, Aphis fabae

Black Bean Aphid, Aphis fabae

Tiny black insect with a broad, soft body. Order Homoptera. Aphids are serious pests of cultivated plants across much of the world. Shows both winged and wingless specimens on bean stalk. England, UK.

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Green Lily leaf and morning dew

Green Lily leaf and morning dew

Green leaf of Lily plant showing drops of early morning dew. Moisture droplets.

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Pixie cup lichen, Cladonia sp.

Pixie cup lichen, Cladonia sp.

Red fruiting bodies at tips of lichen stalks. Wet sandy heathland. UK

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Gravel

Gravel

View of gravel, small unconsolidated rock fragments.

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Earthworm, Lumbricus sp.

Earthworm, Lumbricus sp.

Common European earthworm, possibly Lumbricus terrestris. The earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm usually found living in soil feeding on live and dead organic matter in soil. Shows adult specimen on green grass lawn.

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Spider web silk on pipework

Spider web silk on pipework

Strands of spider web silk on insulated pipework. Brickwork in background.

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Great Spotted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos major, male

Great Spotted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos major, male

Great Spotted Woodpecker bird, adult male at nest hole in Birch tree trunk. Shows insect larva in beak, food for young inside nest. Woodland, Surrey, England, UK.

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Great Spotted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos major, female

Great Spotted Woodpecker, Dendrocopos major, female

Great Spotted Woodpecker bird, adult female at nest hole in Birch tree trunk. Shows insect larva in beak, food for young inside nest. Woodland, Surrey, England, UK.

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Large Wolf Spider, Lycosa species - on carpet

Large Wolf Spider, Lycosa species - on carpet

Large Wolf Spider (Australia) on office carpet. These are strong, agile hunters living on the ground in leaf litter or burrows. They have eight eyes, four small ones lower down on the face, two large eyes above looking forward and two large, upward looking eyes further back. Generally these species are drab coloured animals, well camouflaged against their background. They live mostly solitary and hunt alone. Some are opportunistic hunters pouncing upon prey as they find it or even chasing it over short distances. Some will wait for passing prey in or near the mouth of a burrow.

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Large Wolf Spider, Lycosa species - on carpet

Large Wolf Spider, Lycosa species - on carpet

Large Wolf Spider (Australia) on office carpet. These are strong, agile hunters living on the ground in leaf litter or burrows. They have eight eyes, four small ones lower down on the face, two large eyes above looking forward and two large, upward looking eyes further back. Generally these species are drab coloured animals, well camouflaged against their background. They live mostly solitary and hunt alone. Some are opportunistic hunters pouncing upon prey as they find it or even chasing it over short distances. Some will wait for passing prey in or near the mouth of a burrow. These images show a front view of the animal, including the characteristic 8 eyes set out in 3 rows, face, palpus and mandibles.

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Cladonia sp., Cup lichen

Cladonia sp., Cup lichen

Small lichen on fallen tree trunk. Order: Lecanorales. Bushland NSW. Shows red fruiting bodies.

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Common Froglet (Crinia signifera)

Common Froglet (Crinia signifera)

Adult Common Froglet, Crinia signifera. Photographed in drainage ditch at side of road in Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia. Small ground dwelling frog, one of Eastern Australia's most common and widespread species. Its cricket-like chirping can be heard all day and all year round. Adults are most common in wet and dry forests, woodlands, floodplains, open and disturbed areas, and alpine grasslands.

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Passion vine hopper, Scolypopa australis

Passion vine hopper, Scolypopa australis

Pre adult wingless nymph of the Passionvine hopper, a species of planthopper (Fulgoroidea) in the insect family Ricaniidae native to Australia. Often referred to as "fluffy bums" on green leaf. Photographed in NSW.

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Scale Insect, Coccidae, on Choisya shrub

Scale Insect, Coccidae, on Choisya shrub

Image shows macro photograph, female form of Scale Insect attached to green plant leaf. The body of the female scale insect forms a hardened protective waxy coated shell-like scale beneath which another generation of nymphs develop and later emerge and disperse. Known as the maternal scale. Scale insects can be serious economic pests as ectoparasites an a wide range of plants. Usually immobile. Southern Highlands, NSW. Taxonomy: Order - Hemiptera Suborder - Sternorrhyncha Super family - Coccidae

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The Crested Pigeon, Ocyphaps lophotes

The Crested Pigeon, Ocyphaps lophotes

The Crested Pigeon, Ocyphaps lophotes. Found in lightly wooded grasslands in both rural and urban areas. Native to Australia, feeding pair. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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