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Roxanne

Roxanne

I love nature and photography!

Canungra, QLD, Australia

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Roxanne Leucocoprinus birnbaumii
Leucocoprinus birnbaumii commented on by Roxanne 4275, Queensland, Australia10 years ago

Thank you pouihi!

Roxanne Puffin
Puffin commented on by Roxanne Scotland, United Kingdom11 years ago

So cute! I would love to see some of those myself someday..

Roxanne Chital Deer
Chital Deer commented on by Roxanne मथुरा (Mathura), India11 years ago

Thanks Satyen, I didn't even look at the origin...I was just excited I thought I recognized something...was my first suggestion. :)

Roxanne Chital Deer
Chital Deer commented on by Roxanne मथुरा (Mathura), India11 years ago

Thanks for the follow, then I noticed this guy of yours. Looks to me like a white-tailed deer. :)

Roxanne Green Tree Frog
Green Tree Frog commented on by Roxanne 4275, Queensland, Coral Sea Islands11 years ago

Thanks Karen! :)

Roxanne Green Tree Frog
Green Tree Frog commented on by Roxanne Queensland, Australia11 years ago

Thanks Samantha, LOL!
Totally, every one I see is attached to another one Argybee!

Roxanne Pink-Tongued Skink
Pink-Tongued Skink commented on by Roxanne Queensland, Australia11 years ago

woo hoo good luck!

Roxanne Pink-Tongued Skink
Pink-Tongued Skink commented on by Roxanne Queensland, Australia11 years ago

He sure does Shanna, did you find any frogs?
Thanks Argybee!

Roxanne Laughing Kookaburra
Laughing Kookaburra commented on by Roxanne Brisbane, Queensland, Australia11 years ago

Thank you Sachin. :)

Roxanne Dainty Tree Frog (Graceful Tree Frog)
Dainty Tree Frog (Graceful Tree Frog) commented on by Roxanne Queensland, Australia11 years ago

There are heaps here at our house, 2 separate varieties spotted this morning and I can hear a third kind this evening already. I was just out trying to track it down for a photo and an identification but anytime I got within a few feet no more noise. Now that I am up here again I can here it. :)

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