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Wiamea

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We are aiming to start documenting the native diversity that is on our property. Our aim is to have biodiversity and productivity working hand in hand not competing with each other. There are a lot of things that we are not sure of there correct id and would love for people to chip in and help us work it out.

  • Darren Carman identified a sighting

    Sighting Caper Butterfly

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    Darren Carman 11 September 2015
    Belenois java
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Arthropoda: Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pieridae: Belenois: java
    Common Names: Butterfly, Pierids, Common White, Caper White
    Darren Carman says

    Male

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  • Toni Rissmann identified a sighting

    Sighting Apophyllum anomalum

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    Toni Rissmann 18 August 2015
    Plantae
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    Taxonomy: Plantae
    Toni Rissmann says

    I think that this is an Apophyllum anomalum or Warrior Bush

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  • Toni Rissmann described a sighting

    Sighting Apophyllum anomalum

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    Toni Rissmann 18 August 2015
    Toni Rissmann says

    This bush was found on the cracking clay plains near Goondiwindi. This bush has no visible identifiable leaves. It is predominately found in Belah (Casuarina cristata) communities on the farm.

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  • Toni Rissmann added a sighting

    Apophyllum anomalum

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    938 Pollocks Road, Goondiwindi QLD 4390, Australia

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  • Toni Rissmann described a sighting

    Sighting Caper Butterfly

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    Toni Rissmann 18 August 2015
    Toni Rissmann says

    I think that this is a Caper Butterfly laying eggs on possibly a Warrior Bush (Apophyllum anomalum) in the Goondiwindi region.

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  • Toni Rissmann added a sighting

    Caper Butterfly

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    Sighted 15 Aug 2015
    938 Pollocks Road, Goondiwindi QLD 4390, Australia

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  • Tom May identified a sighting

    Sighting Unidentified fungi

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    Sighted 29 Jul 2015
    Tom May 14 August 2015
    Phaeotrametes decipiens
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    Taxonomy: Fungi: Basidiomycota: Polyporales: Polyporaceae: Phaeotrametes: decipiens
    Common Names: Fungi, wood-rotting fungi
    Tom May says

    Looks good for this tough polypore. The pores are easy to see (up to a couple of mm across) and with strong greyish brown colour. The pileus is zoned and hairy above. Found throughout Australia, often in drier areas.

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  • Reiner Richter identified a sighting

    Sighting Unidentified Bracket fungi

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    Sighted 29 Jul 2015
    Reiner Richter 30 July 2015
    Trametes versicolor
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    Taxonomy: Fungi: Basidiomycota: Polyporales: Polyporaceae: Trametes: versicolor
    Common Names: Fungi, wood-rotting fungi
    Reiner Richter says

    IAWT (=I agree with Torbjorn) - lets pencil it in. :)

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  • Reiner Richter described a sighting

    Sighting Unidentified fungi

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    Sighted 29 Jul 2015
    Reiner Richter 30 July 2015
    Reiner Richter says

    It looks a bit like Coltriciella dependens, which I saw for the first time last weekend, but that normally grows on the underside of logs with a small stalk so I don't think is right.

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  • Matt Campbell described a sighting

    Sighting Unidentified fungi

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    Sighted 29 Jul 2015
    Matt Campbell 30 July 2015
    Tagged With postia pelliculosa
    Matt Campbell says

    I'd been thinking Postia sp. and then I found Postia pelliculosa. It is normally white underneath but bruises to a pink or brown colour. I'm not confident in identifying it as such but it is something to go on.

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