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  1. Golden Trapdoor Spider


    from Peter Kuttner Added 8 0 0

    [taxonomy:binomial=Euoplos variabilis] [taxonomy:family=Idiopidae] The spider is responding to trip lines designed to detect prey, being tickled with a twig by a skilled crew member. The expert…

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    • Hawk Moth


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      [taxonomy:binomial=Coequosa australasiae] [taxonomy:family=Sphingidae] The moth occurs in the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Its wingspan is 120 mm.

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      • Gorgon Stick Insect


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        [taxonomy:binomial=Onchestus gorgus] [taxonomy:family=Phasmatidae] There are two species in the genus. The Gorgon Stick Insect occurs in New South Wales and south east Queensland and is regarded…

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        • Female Fallen Bark Looper


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          [taxonomy:binomial=Gastrophora henricaria] [taxonomy:family=Geometridae] An Australian moth which occurs in the south eastern quarter of the country. Wingspan is 8 cm.

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          • Common Large Paper Wasp


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            [taxonomy:binomial=Polistes variabilis] [taxonomy:family=Vespidae] This is a large wasp which grows to 20 mm. The species occurs in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. It is the third…

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            • Potter Wasp Nest 2017


              from Peter Kuttner Added 7 0 0

              [taxonomy:binomial=Abispa splendida] [taxonomy:family=Vespidae] I filmed the nest in March 2017, almost 7 years ago to the day since I first filmed it. Then there was only 1 wasp and in the intervening…

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              • Potter Wasp Nest 2010


                from Peter Kuttner Added 10 0 0

                [taxonomy:binomial=Abispa splendida] [taxonomy:family=Vespidae] Known also as Australian Hornet, it builds a marvellous mud nest and looks far more menacing, because of its 26 mm body length, than…

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                • Jezebel Nymph


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                  [taxonomy:binomial=Mynes geoffroyi] [taxonomy:family=Nymphalidae] The species is known in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and along the east coast of Queensland from Cape York to northern New South Wales.

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                  • Kangaroo Vine Leaf Beetle


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                    [taxonomy:binomial=Oides fryi] [taxonomy:family=Chrysomelidae] The beetle is 15 mm long.

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                    • Snout Moth 2


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                      [taxonomy:binomial=Lacalma albirufalis] [taxonomy:family=Pyralidae] While believing his attribution is correct, the expert had reservations. The colour of specimens online is brown. The colour of…

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                      • Stilt-legged Flies


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                        [taxonomy:binomial=Telostylinus angusticollis] [taxonomy:family=Neriidae] The flies are up to 2 cm long and are native to New South Wales and southern Queensland. A different species of the genus…

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                        • Depressariidae Moth


                          from Peter Kuttner Added 5 0 0

                          [taxonomy:binomial=Ethmia clytodoxa] [taxonomy:family=Depressariidae] This is the third and most recent species of small black spotted white moth with tightly folded wings I have encountered at…

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