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ShannaB

ShannaB

My husband Nathan (NathBig) and I are keen wildlife spotters! We also rescue and rehabilitate native reptiles.

Queensland, AustraliaLat: -20.92, Long: 142.7

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ShannaB Pear-shaped Leucauge
Pear-shaped Leucauge commented on by ShannaB Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia2 days ago

Beautiful.

ShannaB Hardhead Ducks (male and female)
Hardhead Ducks (male and female) commented on by ShannaB Brisbane, Queensland, Australia2 days ago

Nice shots Neil, and congrats on #300!

ShannaB Sparshalli moth (♂)
Sparshalli moth (♂) commented on by ShannaB Melbourne, Victoria, Australia2 days ago

Ha, love it!

ShannaB ?Boletus with Hypomyces and other microfungi
?Boletus with Hypomyces and other microfungi commented on by ShannaB Melbourne, Victoria, Australia2 days ago

Wow, that thing looks like an ecosystem all on its own.

ShannaB White-necked Heron
White-necked Heron commented on by ShannaB Lismore, New South Wales, Australia2 days ago

NICE shot. The scientific name for this bird is Ardea pacifica (http://www.birdsinbackyards.net/species/...).

ShannaB Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ShannaB New South Wales, Australia2 days ago

Nice shots. I think you can safely say Litoria sp. but I can't tell if it's a Red-eyed Tree Frog (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Litoria_chl...) or a Dainty Tree-Frog (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dainty_gree...). According to Wikipedia they are closely related and difficult to tell apart. The main difference is the yellow stripe from nostril to behind the eye on dainty tree frogs... but I'm still not willing to call it either way!

ShannaB Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ShannaB Adelaide, South Australia, Australia2 days ago

I agree with Mark's diagnosis of Pobblebonk (Limnodynastes dumerili). According to the Frogs of Australia website, there are only six types of frog in your area so the list of suspects is short. I think Pobblebonk is a pretty safe bet. http://frogs.org.au/frogs/ofSA/Clare_Val...

ShannaB White-bellied Cuckoo-Shrike
White-bellied Cuckoo-Shrike commented on by ShannaB Queensland, Australia2 days ago

Cool spotting. I've never heard of Paronella Park before. I just looked it up... what a bizarre place! Looks expensive??

ShannaB Phellinus sp. Bracket Fungi
Phellinus sp. Bracket Fungi commented on by ShannaB Brisbane, Queensland, Australia2 days ago

Does it feel soft?

ShannaB Eye-patterned Gum Hopper
Eye-patterned Gum Hopper commented on by ShannaB New South Wales, Australia2 days ago

Hey Mac, I'm not an expert but I'm leaning more towards Eye-patterned Gum Hopper (Platybrachys vidua). Take a look at these and see what you think:
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/103...
http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_...