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Molluscs of Port Phillip Bay

A guide to the known marine and estuarine mollusc species of Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia.

Edited by ben_travaglini

Фауна Австралии

22 839 видов животных Австралии

Edited by baktyyarov

Фауна Австралии

Фауна Австралии включает в себя около 200 000 видов животных, среди которых большое количество является уникальными. 83 % млекопитающих, 89 % рептилий, 90 % рыб и насекомых и 93 % амфибий являются эндемиками для Австралии

Edited by zoopark1

Австралия

Фауна Австралии включает в себя около 200 000 видов животных, среди которых большое количество является уникальными. 83 % млекопитающих, 89 % рептилий, 90 % рыб и насекомых и 93 % амфибий являются эндемиками для Австралии.

Edited by elimdar17

Belidae Weevils of SW Australia

Some species that are in the area but not available in iNaturalist include: Rhinotia cruenta, Rhinotia elegans, Rhinotia frater, Rhinotia helmsi, Rhinotia princeps, Rhinotia pulverulenta, Rhinotia serpens, Rhinotia variabilis, Stadenus triareolatus, and Xylobanus constricticollis

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Stratiomyoidea Soldier Flies of SW Australia

Some species found in the area that are not available in iNaturalist include: Antissa sp, Odontomyia amyris, Odontomyia regisgeorgii, and Odontomyia subdentata

Edited by ladyrobyn

Crane Flies of SW Australia Tipulidae and Limoniidae

Some species in the area that are not available in iNaturalist include: Acracantha inornata, Leptotarsus (Macromastix) mathewsi, Molophilus (Molophilus) flavoannulatus, Molophilus (Molophilus) indivisus occidentalis, and Tasiocera occidentalis

Edited by ladyrobyn

Lygaeidae bugs of SW Australia

Some species found in the area but not available in iNaturalist include: Austronysius sericus, Crompus opacus.

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Ichneumonidae wasps of SW Australia

Some of the species in the SW of Australia that are not available in iNaturalist include: Campoletis chlorideae, Campoletis tasmaniensis, Diadegma fenestralis, Diadegma rapi, Eucaphila sp, and Temelucha cycnea.

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Gelechiidae moths of SW Australia

Some species that are in the area bit not available in iNaturalist include: Ardozyga dysclyta, Ardozyga irobela, Ardozyga ithygramma, Sarotorna epipona, Scrobipalpa pyrrhanthes, and Symmetrischema plaesiosoma

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Erebidae Moths of SW Australia

Some of the species found in SW Ausralia but not available in iNaturalist include: Aloa gangara, Arrhythmica semifusca, Brachycyttara crypsipyrrha, Cheliosea sp., Hypena simplex, Ionthas thirkelli, Scoliacma xuthopis, ophta sp., Stenarcha stenopa, Tigrioides nitens,

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Noctuidae moths of Southwest Australia

Some of the species in southwest Australian that are not available in iNaturalist include: Agrotis cygnea, Agrotis emboloma, Agrotis poliophaea, Caradrina callinera, Caradrina confinis, Catoblemma dubia, Corrha pandesma, Ectopatria clavigera, Ectopatria deloptis, Ectopatria mundoides, Eremochroa ...

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Pyralidae moths of SW Australia

Some species which are known to occur in the area but are not in iNaturalist include: Ephestia hemifaphes, Nephopterix melanostyla, Ocrasa species, Phlyctaenia dicoates, Stericta hicanodes,

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Pompilidae Wasps of SW Australia

In the area but not in iNaturalist: Agenioideus nigricornis, Anoplilus sp., Apoclavelia aganippeae, Aporideus pompilus, Cryptocheilus darwinii, Cryptocheilus distinctus, Cryptocheilus fabricolor, Cteniziphontes ornatus, Ct. protervus, Ctenostegus amata, at least another 19 Ctenostegus species, ...

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Hover Flies of Southwest Australia

No insect guide is ever complete! Some taxa not included in this guide but do occur in southwest Western Australia include: Archimicrodon fergusoni, Austalis smaragdi, Ceriana apicalis, Ceriana euphara, Eumerus macquarti, Hemilampra sp., Melangyna ambustus, Melangyna (Austrosyrphus) sellenyi , ...

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Praying Mantis of sw Australia

Praying Mantis species of the greater southwest including Perth.

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Leaf Beetles of southwest Australia

Many species and genus not available in iNaturalist yet. This is for the greater southwest including Perth.

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Crickets and Katydid of southwest Australia

Also found in the area but not available in iNaturalist: Caedicia longipennoides, Dexerra angularis, Dexerra robusta, Dexerra serrata, Dexerra turpis, Dexerra vigescens, Glenbalodectes norrisi, many Hemisaga species, Ixalodectes megacercus, Ixalodectes nigrifrons, Ixalodectes uptoni, many Kawanap...

Edited by ladyrobyn and rogerdrake

Scarab Beetles of southwest Australia

Scarabaeidae of the greater southwest Australia, including Perth. Not a complete list as not all Genus or Species are in INaturalist and not all have been described yet!

Edited by rogerdrake and ladyrobyn

Mammals of Tamborine Mountain, QLD

An incomplete list of mammals observed on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland of South East Queensland, Australia. List based on a query of the Queensland Government's WildNet database.

Edited by ranaustralia

Fishes of Tamborine Mountain, QLD

An incomplete list of fishes observed on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland of South East Queensland, Australia. List based on a query of the Queensland Government's WildNet database.

Edited by ranaustralia

Reptiles of Tamborine Mountain, QLD

An incomplete list of reptiles observed on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland of South East Queensland, Australia. List based on a query of the Queensland Government's WildNet database.

Edited by ranaustralia

Birds of Tamborine Mountain, QLD

An incomplete list of birds observed on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland of South East Queensland, Australia. List based on a query of the Queensland Government's WildNet database.

Edited by ranaustralia

Amphibians of Tamborine Mountain, QLD

An incomplete list of amphibians (frogs and toad) observed on Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast Hinterland of South East Queensland, Australia. List based on a query of the Queensland Government's WildNet database.

Edited by ranaustralia

Carnivorous plants of Tasmania

A guide with all the carnivorous plant taxa of Tasmania.

Edited by mftasp

Mammals of South Australia

This is a complete list of the mammals found in South Australia. It includes terrestrial, marine and islander species as well as those reintroduced to feral-free reserves.

Edited by chuditch

Wildlife of Port Augusta

Frogs, reptiles, birds and mammals found in the vicinity of the town of Port Augusta, South Australia. This list was compiled by a combination of personal experience, lists by the AALBG (see below) and iNat observations. Currently in the process of adding custom descriptions. Species lists by ...

Edited by chuditch

Mammals of Greater Adelaide

This guide lists every extant mammal found in the Adelaide region (both terrestrial and marine), also known as Greater Adelaide. As well as resident species, vagrant or potentially locally extinct taxa are also included. Clicking the species icon on Grid mode or switching to Card mode will bri...

Edited by chuditch

The Giant Forests of Tasmania - plants & fungi

Wet sclerophyll, rainforest, "mixed": Eucalyptus and other fire-dependent vegetation growing over fire-sensitive Southern Hemisphere rainforest plants. A field guide for our Expeditions and for any adventures you may have in the wet Tasmania forests. It's a work in progress - please feel free to...

Edited by yoavdanielbarness
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