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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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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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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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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 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 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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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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Common Butterwort, Pinguicula vulgaris

Common Butterwort, Pinguicula vulgaris

Flowering Butterwort plant. Purple flower and thick green leaves. Damp soil next to Loch Shin, Scotland, UK.

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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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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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Dumped garden waste

Dumped garden waste

Garden debris dumped along Wingecarribee river bank on public recreation land adjacent to residential houses. Burradoo, Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Detrivore animals

Detrivore animals

Assortment of various detrivore animals discovered beneath log. Showing slugs, wood lice and millipedes. Detrivore orgainisms of ecological importance.

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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 and the rough bark crevices of a grden tree. Southern Highlands, NSW.

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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. Southern Highlands, NSW.

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Christmas Beetle, Anoplognathus sp.

Christmas Beetle, Anoplognathus sp.

Adult Christmas Beetle, Anoplognathus sp. burying itself in soft soil as a defensive measure. During the summer months in Australia, particularly around Christmas time, these insects can congregate or swarm in large numbers around lights at night. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Eastern Blue-tongued Skink, Tiliqua scincoides

Eastern Blue-tongued Skink, Tiliqua scincoides

Adult Eastern Blue Tongue lizard or skink. Defensive posture showing characteristic blue tongue. Photographed in the Southern Highlands, NSW

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Saprotrophic fungus

Saprotrophic fungus

Fruiting body of saprotrophic fungus on tree trunk. Southern Highlands, NSW

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Nursery web spider (Pisauridae)

Nursery web spider (Pisauridae)

Adult female nursery web spider (Pisauridae) carrying egg sac by way it's jaws and pedipalps. Eventually she will create a nursery tent amongst the leaves, place her egg sac inside and stand guard outside until the newly hatched juvenile spiderlings are ready to disperse. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Yellow Daylily flower, Hemerocallis sp.

Yellow Daylily flower, Hemerocallis sp.

The genus of plants generally known as Daylily, Hemerocallis or Daylilies. Sub-family Hemerocallidoideae. Commonly cultivated as a popular garden plant around the world, it appears in many forms. Surrey garden, England, UK. Shows backlit yellow flower against green foliage.

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Yellow Daylily flower, Hemerocallis sp.

Yellow Daylily flower, Hemerocallis sp.

The genus of plants generally known as Daylily, Hemerocallis or Daylilies. Sub-family Hemerocallidoideae. Commonly cultivated as a popular garden plant around the world, it appears in many forms. Surrey garden, England, UK. Shows backlit yellow flower against green foliage.

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Sphagnum Moss, Sphagnum

Sphagnum Moss, Sphagnum

Carpet of Sphagnum moss species. Close view showing fruiting bodies, Sporophytes. Wetland, boggy heathland area of Horsell Common, Surrey, England

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Garden Pansy, Viola sp., cultivar

Garden Pansy, Viola sp., cultivar

Pansy flower. Cultivated biennial garden plant derived from Viola sp. species. Shows single flower head, red, yellow and brown colouration. Popular horticulturalist plant.

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Lace Monitor, Varanus varius

Lace Monitor, Varanus varius

The lace monitor, or lace goanna, is a member of the monitor lizard family, Australian members of which are commonly known as goannas. It belongs to the subgenus Varanus. Suborder: Lacertilia Family: Varanidae Climbing tree, Southern Highlands, NSW

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Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb web spider and cast skin moult

Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb web spider and cast skin moult

Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb-web spider on web showing cast skin moult, molt, green grass stem. A number of Araneous species have been re-classified Eriophora genus. Spiders moult as their cuticle does not stretch as they grow. A process known as Ecdysis. Multiple skin molts will occur in a spiders lifetime, the number varies between species. Photographed in grass, wetland area adjacent to Wingecarribee River, New South Wales. Dorsal view. Often commonly referred to a "Garden Orbweaver Spider"

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Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb web spider and cast skin moult

Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb web spider and cast skin moult

Adult Araneous / Eriophora orb-web spider on web showing cast skin moult, molt, green grass stem. A number of Araneous species have been re-classified Eriophora genus. Photographed in grass, wetland area adjacent to Wingecarribee River, New South Wales. Spiders moult as their cuticle does not stretch as they grow. A process known as Ecdysis. Multiple skin molts will occur in a spiders lifetime, the number varies between species. Ventral view. Often commonly referred to a "Garden Orbweaver Spider".

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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. Often found entering homes and climbing across walls and ceilings. NSW, Australia

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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. NSW, Australia

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Adult Damselfly

Adult Damselfly

Adult damselfly, possibly Bronze Needle, Synlestes weyersii. Resting with open wings on dried straw adjacent to water meadow. Shows head and thorax. Near Wingecarribee River, Bowral, Southern Highlands, New South Wales, Australia. Family: Synlestidae, Insect order: Odonata. Carnivorous insect predator of wetland areas. Distribution: Native species, Australia. Widespread.

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Red Jewel Bug, Choerocoris paganus

Red Jewel Bug, Choerocoris paganus

Adult Red Jewel Bug amongst green grass stalks in grassy area. Also referred to as metallic shield bugs and also as shield-backed bugs as the last section of thorax is enlarged as a continuous shield overabdomen and wings. Photographed in Southern Highlands, New South Wales (NSW). Distribution: Native species, Australia. Widespread. Order: Hemiptera (true bugs) Suborder: Heteroptera Family: Scutelleridae

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Frosty spider web

Frosty spider web

Frost laden spider web on tree branch.

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Yellow-headed Snail Parasitic Blowfly, Amenia

Yellow-headed Snail Parasitic Blowfly, Amenia

A distinctive Diptera blowfly of the family Calliphoridae. Shows bright yellow head and green thorax. Photographed in the Bowral area, Southern Highlands, NSW. Distribution of this insect has been recorded along the eastern seaboard of Australia from Queensland to southern NSW.

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Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla

Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla

Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla in studio against white background. Female. Image shows shows close view of compound eye, head and mouth parts. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla

Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla

Blue Spotted Hawker Dragonfly, Adversaeschna brevistyla in studio against white background. Female. Image shows shows close view of compound eye, head and mouth parts. Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia

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