Project

Craneflies of Australia

  • 53 Members
  • 688 Sightings
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Craneflies of Australia, including the long palped craneflies (Tipulidae), short palped craneflies (Limoniidae), long bodied craneflies (Cylindrotomidae), hairy-eyed craneflies (Pediciidae) and winter craneflies (Trichoceridae). While not true (Tipulomorph) craneflies it would also be great to include the elusive primitive craneflies (Tanyderidae).

  • Adam Edmonds

    Hospital Worker with an interest in nature and photography (I'd like to be better at both) - my photos tend to be identifiable, but of limited quality...

    3716 sightings
    41 projects
    0 organisations
  • Annette

    • No sightings yet!

    0 sightings
    69 projects
    2 organisations
  • Carol Page

    General Field Naturalist

    941 sightings
    71 projects
    2 organisations
  • Christine Seager

    I love our natural environment from micro to macro. I'm keen to record my own little part of this planet for future generations.

    10 sightings
    10 projects
    0 organisations
  • Craig Boase

    5 sightings
    13 projects
    0 organisations
  • Dacre England

    655 sightings
    22 projects
    0 organisations
  • Daniel Heald

    Perth-based Pest control tech (termite prevention, almost exclusively) but a keen amateur invert naturalist since childhood :)

    2033 sightings
    44 projects
    1 organisations
  • Darren Carman

    20 sightings
    66 projects
    1 organisations
  • David Akers

    Member of Friends of Tarra-Bulga National Park take an interest in a range of environments in Gippsland.

    3674 sightings
    68 projects
    4 organisations
  • Dianne Clarke

    736 sightings
    9 projects
    0 organisations
  • Ellura Sanctuary

    Ellura Sanctuary is taken care of to help it's rightful owners, Australian Wildlife. Photo's are taken to help people understand the world around and are posted on www.ellura.info. 430 native species have been identified on Ellura so far.

    502 sightings
    38 projects
    3 organisations
  • Frank Pierce

    273 sightings
    16 projects
    0 organisations
  • Glenda Walter

    1369 sightings
    25 projects
    0 organisations
  • Gordon Claridge

    341 sightings
    19 projects
    0 organisations
  • Graeme Cocks

    Amateur Entomologist. My website is, The Insects of Townsville. I have been contributing invertebrate specimens to the iBOL project since 2006. As a result much of what is posted on this website has it's DNA logged with the Barcode of Life Database (BOLD).

    8003 sightings
    40 projects
    0 organisations