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Aeolothapsa malacella (A Concealer moth) at WendyEM's place by WendyEM
Acmosara polyxena (Heliocosma Group) at WendyEM's place by WendyEM

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WendyEM's place field guide

WendyEM's place

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Yarra Ranges National Park field guide

Yarra Ranges National Park

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Dandenong Ranges National Park

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100 Acres Flora Reserve

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Churchill National Park field guide

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French Island National Park field guide

French Island National Park

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Kinglake National Park

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Organ Pipes National Park

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Panton Hill Bushland Reserve field guide

Panton Hill Bushland Reserve

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Pauline Toner Butterfly Reserve

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Point Nepean National Park

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WendyEM wrote:
7 Mar 2024
photo 26 August

Austrelaps superbus
Tapirlord wrote:
7 Mar 2024
A young D.hookeri I'd imagine

Drosera sp.
WendyEM wrote:
6 Mar 2024
yes, remnant within a HUGE drained swamp (Herne's Swamp). Sadly I think any better shots are pre digital & I don't have them here. Lots of caterpillars (in cases) ate the flowers. Flowers called ?drum sticks?

Unidentified Daisy
Tapirlord wrote:
6 Mar 2024
Craspedia i reckon. if the area was once wet it could be C.paludicola

Unidentified Daisy
Tapirlord wrote:
4 Mar 2024
Drosera aberrans? i'm not seeing cauline leaves

Drosera sp.

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