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Mark Ridgway

Mark Ridgway

I like to discover unusual things and learn about their place in the web of life.

Melbourne, Australia

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Mark Ridgway Plains Zebra
Plains Zebra commented on by Mark Ridgway Samburu County, Kenyaa week ago

Excellent photos..

Mark Ridgway Melyrid beetle
Melyrid beetle commented on by Mark Ridgway The Basin, Victoria, Australia3 weeks ago

Thanks ST. A while ago now.

Mark Ridgway Frilled neck lizard
Frilled neck lizard commented on by Mark Ridgway Lakefield, Queensland, Australia3 weeks ago

Iconic Aussie lizard.

Mark Ridgway Unknown Fly
Unknown Fly commented on by Mark Ridgway Woodgate, Queensland, Australia3 weeks ago

Calyptrate, Muscoidean?

Mark Ridgway Blue Soldier Crab
Blue Soldier Crab commented on by Mark Ridgway Dumaguete, Central Visayas, Philippines3 weeks ago

Congratulations well deserved.

Mark Ridgway Timor Zebra Finch
Timor Zebra Finch commented on by Mark Ridgway Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia3 weeks ago

Excellent. They look slightly different to ours.

Mark Ridgway Goutystalk Nettlespurge
Goutystalk Nettlespurge commented on by Mark Ridgway Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia3 weeks ago

Amazing

Mark Ridgway Plasmodium slime mold
Plasmodium slime mold commented on by Mark Ridgway Hoenderloo, Gelderland, Netherlands4 weeks ago

Yeah it's getting close to a reveal. ;-)

Mark Ridgway Hermit crab
Hermit crab commented on by Mark Ridgway Dumaguete, Central Visayas, Philippinesa month ago

Great shots KP. Good to see you back.

Mark Ridgway Hieroglyphic Cicada
Hieroglyphic Cicada commented on by Mark Ridgway Tallahassee, Florida, United Statesa month ago

Your spotting has been nominated for the Spotting of the Week. The winner will be chosen by the Project Noah Rangers based on a combination of factors including: uniqueness of the shot, status of the organism (for example, rare or endangered), quality of the information provided in the habitat and description sections. There is a subjective element, of course; the spotting with the highest number of Ranger votes is chosen. Congratulations on being nominated!

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