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  1. Land Mullet

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    from Peter Kuttner Added 73 1 0

    [taxonomy:binomial=Egernia major ] [taxonomy:family=Scincidae] One of the largest skinks, it can grow to 60cm or more. The species ranges from north of the Hawkesbury River in New South Wales to…

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    • Yellow Carabeen Tree

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      from Peter Kuttner Added 19 0 0

      [taxonomy:binomial=Slonea woollsii] [taxonomy:family=Elaeocarpaceae] These large rainforest trees have plate roots which can be seven to eight meters high and more than two meters broad at the base.

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      • Harvestman

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        from Peter Kuttner Added 27 0 0

        [taxonomy:binomial=Neopantopsalis pentheter] [taxonomy:family=Neopilionidae] A Harvestman is an arachnid with an unsegmented body, but 8 legs. The species, which…

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        • Death Adder

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          from Peter Kuttner Added 171 0 0

          [taxonomy:binomial=Acanthophis antarcticus] [taxonomy:family=Elapidae] This is one of a number of potentially deadly venomous snakes which occur on the mountain, but are rarely encountered.

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          • Paratrechina longicornis at sugar bait, Hawaii, 3-28-2011

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            from Eli Sarnat Added 98 1 0

            Paratrechina longicornis at sugar bait, Waikoloa, Hawaii , 03-28-2011. Ruler units in millimeters. [taxonomy:binomial=Paratrechina longicornis]

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            • Echinoderm tubefeet in action

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              from Jennifer Hammock Added 134 0 0

              A brittle star at the Smithsonian's National Zoo passes gravel along its leg using its nimble hydraulic digits. [taxonomy:class=Ophiuroidea]

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              • Dutchman's Pipe

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                from Peter Kuttner Added 12 0 0

                [taxonomy:binomial=Aristolochia elegans] [taxonomy:family=Aristolochiaceae] This is an exotic species which is a deadly alternative for certain…

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                • Pheidole megacephala major worker, Hawaii , 03-29-2011

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                  from Eli Sarnat Added 50 0 0

                  Pheidole megacephala major worker at peanut butter bait, Waikoloa, Hawaii , 03-29-2011. Ruler units in millimeters. [taxonomy:binomial=Pheidole megacephala]

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                  • Science at FMNH – Trilobite Evolution

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                    In this episode, we speak with Dr. Melanie Hopkins about her research on the evolution of trilobites – an extinct group of marine invertebrates. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series…

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                    • Blue Garden Flatworm

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                      from Peter Kuttner Added 13 0 0

                      [taxonomy:binomial=Caenoplana coerulea] [taxonomy:family=Geoplanidae] This is a much longer specimen than is cited in wikipedia and other online…

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                      • Anoplolepis gracilipes, sugar syrup bait, Hawaii, 04-01-2011

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                        from Eli Sarnat Added 84 0 0

                        Anoplolepis gracilipes, sugar syrup bait, Liliuokulani Gardens, Hawaii, 04-01-2011. Ruler units in millimeters. [taxonomy:binomial=Anoplolepis gracilipes]

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                        • Got something in my eye...

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                          from Jennifer Hammock Added 37 0 0

                          Hermit crab grooming his eyeball, marine aquarium, Caribbean community. [taxonomy:genus=Clibanarius]

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