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I found Project Noah when I was looking for a real classification task for my students. I am not sure if they are hooked, I know I am!
Geelong, Australia.Lat: -38.15, Long: 144.36
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WOW! Didn't know we had such lovely butterflies down here. Great find.
Plenty of people around here. They live in a wetland that backs onto some fields. Lots of them around here, with all the development and baiting by the council though their numbers will be reduced in the next few years.
Ha. Pretty easy + there are some good websites for QLD bugs. Also helped that the first thing I searched was 'Giant A$$ed Grasshopper'!
Yep. I've seen a few things we don't have at home. Any suggestions on the the spotting I posted earlier of a monstrous grasshopper/locust? I will look it up now, any help would be great though.
They are quick! He/she was happy to laze about in the sun, whilst sipping on some Buddleja juice.
Pretty. Just added a Yellow-billed Spoonbill. He is not anywhere near as handsome!
Thanks Neil. I was very happy with that shot!