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Febrero 14, 2024 a las 05:04 PM AEDT

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davemmdave

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Mayo 31, 2019 a las 07:46 PM ACST

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Subject taxon is the large grey sponge @ centre. Quite common here.

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dsm

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vbjanos

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Febrero 3, 2024 a las 08:19 PM ACDT

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The Gun Emplacement is a slab of ironstone (ferrocrete) covered with a thin layer of accumulated soil. This grass grows on the edge.

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jvanweenen

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Febrero 26, 2024 a las 10:41 PM ACDT

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remiho

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Enero 26, 2024 a las 05:00 PM ACDT

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remiho

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Julio 23, 2023 a las 12:50 PM ACST

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Cangrejo de Río (Cherax destructor)

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Febrero 14, 2024 a las 07:50 PM ACDT

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No THIS is interesting. Yabby remains found at the wetlands, along the bank at the back pond. I’ve thrown a few little traps out to try catch them if they’re in there, but I’ve only caught Hardyheads. I’m definitely going to continue to try around different spots and see what happens. Someone may have thrown pet yabbies in here.

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noammarkus

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Febrero 16, 2024 a las 10:52 AM ACDT

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max_tibby

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Febrero 10, 2024 a las 09:57 AM ACDT

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Mosquitos Enanos (Familia Chironomidae)

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b_martin_

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Septiembre 15, 2023 a las 03:22 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Febrero 10, 2024 a las 03:52 PM ACDT

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Febrero 2024

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marinejanine

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Enero 18, 2021 a las 01:45 PM ACDT

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bushbandit

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Junio 5, 2023 a las 04:46 PM AEST

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davemmdave

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Marzo 30, 2015 a las 01:23 PM ACDT

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Though the Leafy Seadragon is more obvious the Tubemouth is slightly nearer to camera and is @ centre of image.
The two fish seemed very friendly or interested in each other however both may have been at a cleaning station (no host apparent in image nor at the time during scuba dive)
Depth about 6m

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Chopa Cebra (Girella zebra)

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davemmdave

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Octubre 11, 2010 a las 06:51 PM ACDT

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Snorkel in Kaurna pool Lady Bay platform reef some months after dreadful black silt catchment outflows temporarily blanketed most of littoral zone in this lower energy corner of Yankalilla Bay
Depth half a metre or so
(Makes me wonder why the black headed zebrafish adult variants became evident around that time ,after I'd never seen anything like it for preceding half decade ,approx.)

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davemmdave

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Abril 2, 2010 a las 07:26 PM ACDT

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FURTHER UPDATE:- Please see most recent comment(10-07-2018) by Amanda Hay.It now appears certain that the subject fish is Heteroclinus sp 6,aka Milward's Weedfish.
[NB:Perhaps I should put this edit as a comment in its correct chronological order i.e. it perhaps it should follow Ms Hay's most helpful comment of earlier today. But then many viewers might not scroll down that far, thus remain unaware of ID @ species level.Because Milward's Weedfish has( if I understand correctly) not yet recieved full taxonomic recognition, is awaiting official acceptance of its scientific description.Once its status as a discrete species within Heteroclinus is finalized iNat can include it as species rather than the present situation where the 'final ID' must stop at 'Heteroclinus genus'.

[*from here on my description notes are thus largely obsolete, but I'll leave them isq for now in case some find them of passing interest *]

Update/Significant Edit: Initially I posted only the 1st of these 3 pics,with the notation "Probably perspicillatus but head partly obscured.Nice color. Snorkel,shallow."
I really didn't think I'd any other pics of this fish from this snorkel,but guess what,I just found 2 more. Neither is 100% sharp WRT focus,but the head is in view in both!
Apologies for overlooking these additional photos.Whether the focal sharpness is sufficient to confidently ID to species level remains to be seen but I'll ask about that in Comments below...

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Enero 17, 2024 a las 06:00 PM ACDT

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jvanweenen

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Enero 27, 2024 a las 11:43 PM ACDT

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Camarones Quisquillass (Infraorden Caridea)

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jackmorelli

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Febrero 16, 2023 a las 07:32 PM ACDT

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marinejanine

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 02:16 PM ACDT

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5 head tentacles visible.

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marinejanine

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 01:41 PM ACDT

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Cgupapiedras Bonita Oriental (Cochleoceps bicolor)

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davemmdave

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Diciembre 22, 2023 a las 02:42 PM ACDT

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I've decided to post this image again, with the SUBJECT now the Western Cleaner Clingfish on the midfield Zebrafish ,because the cropped version nicely shows one of these Zebrafish clients' tricks for gaining the host's attention. The Zebrafish with the WCC on it has altered its bands so they don't match up on L and R sides. This may also indicate a degree of tactile rapture related to the contact with the host, but whatever the basis, AFAIK this 'switching' from bilaterally symmetrical bars to asymmetric bars has only been documented when Zebrafish are being cleaned. (By a WCC in this case, but possibly they sometimes also do it when being cleaned by other hosts eg Rockpool Shrimp, juvenile Moonlighter and juvenile Pencil Weed Whiting).
*If anyone has photographic evidence of any client species other than Zebrafish presenting overt morphological asymmetry (L vs R) as a transient phenomenon specific to a client host interaction, I would greatly appreciate their contacting me, or simply posting their observations on inat.

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Walabí de Las Rocas de Patas Amarillas (Petrogale xanthopus)

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jade360

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Mayo 17, 2022 a las 08:04 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 04:54 PM ACDT

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At about centre.

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davemmdave

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 04:54 PM ACDT

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I've just noticed that this Castelnau's Wrasse which was the Subject of an earlier submission from this dive is being cleaned by a young Pencil Weed-Whiting. So, the head up bobbing posture so often associated with this Wrasse species is also used as a client posture during cleaning. (Juvenile Pencil Weed Whiting are known facultative cleaner hosts, but are harder to capture in the act than eg Western Cleaner Clingfish which are effectively full time hosts, as far as is known).

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Cgupapiedras Bonita Oriental (Cochleoceps bicolor)

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davemmdave

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 05:59 PM ACDT

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Same images as preceding observation but SUBJECT is now the small fish on the leatherjacket.

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Teniente Común (Parma victoriae)

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davemmdave

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Enero 15, 2024 a las 06:07 PM ACDT

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I don't often see juvenile Scalyfin in cup sponges, FWIW.
And on close zooming I think there's a (probably also juvenile) Western Cleaner Clingfish at the scalyfin's gill slit.
Makes sense, as Scalyfin adults are known to use the services of WCCs, so juveniles would surely need the same.

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Enero 27, 2023 a las 11:48 AM ACDT

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Same specimen sighted 8 years apart

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Marzo 24, 2023

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Australia (Google, OSM)

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Enero 10, 2024 a las 06:23 AM ACDT

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davemmdave

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Agosto 10, 2022 a las 12:33 PM ACST

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Pandappa CP

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ggrammer

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Septiembre 2, 2023 a las 03:21 PM ACST

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ggrammer

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Diciembre 31, 2023 a las 09:10 AM ACDT

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Papa de Mar (Echinocardium cordatum)

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ggrammer

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Diciembre 31, 2023 a las 09:10 AM ACDT

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marinejanine

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Diciembre 21, 2023 a las 12:13 PM ACDT

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Juvenile, golden-green pipefish with short snout and flag tail. Indistinct striping on posterior section. Pipefish swam from one brown algae to another whilst being photographed.

Doesn’t quite match Pugnaso.

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ravine_

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Diciembre 26, 2023 a las 10:29 AM ACDT

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reiner

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Diciembre 22, 2023 a las 03:02 PM AEDT

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jamie_a

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Diciembre 2023

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Talma de Coral Occidental (Chelmonops curiosus)

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davemmdave

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Diciembre 22, 2023 a las 03:06 PM ACDT

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Older juvenile or "adolescent " Talma with the same small adult harlequin Fish featured in an earlier submission from this dive. The Harlequin Fish is clearly visiting a sponge station, presumably that of one or more Western Cleaner Clingfish. The Talma is likely to also be seeking cleaning by the same hosts. However there remains a niggling doubt, because I can't get the old stories about divers witnessing cleaner host behaviour by juvenile Western Talmas out of my head. It may be that whoever reported seeing Western Talma juveniles cleaning other reef fish was mistaken, but I'm keeping an open mind about the possibility.
These images keep me wondering, although they prove nothing. Talmas might even loiter to scavenge any parasite scraps missed by a WCC busily moving from parasite to parasite while servicing a valued client such as Harlequin Fish seem to be.
So many unknowns!

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mtank

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Diciembre 18, 2023 a las 02:29 PM ACDT

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"Stem" only. The tentacle cluster appears to be in the crack in the RH side of the image.

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calamanthus

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Agosto 2, 2023 a las 01:48 PM ACST

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calamanthus

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Agosto 3, 2023 a las 09:51 AM ACST

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greg4planeta

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Diciembre 14, 2023 a las 06:10 PM ACDT

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davemmdave

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Diciembre 12, 2023 a las 07:04 PM ACDT

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Various views of front line example on crest of primary dune.

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jvanweenen

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Diciembre 9, 2023 a las 10:44 PM ACDT

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sheree_e

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Enero 8, 2023 a las 09:09 AM ACDT

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Diciembre 6, 2023 a las 10:44 AM ACDT

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mtank

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Diciembre 7, 2023 a las 02:19 PM ACDT

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mtank

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Diciembre 7, 2023 a las 02:13 PM ACDT

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Many colonies

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mtank

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Diciembre 7, 2023 a las 02:12 PM ACDT

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Many colonies

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mtank

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Diciembre 7, 2023 a las 02:10 PM ACDT

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Lori Coronipúrpura (Parvipsitta porphyrocephala)

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bioshots_jm

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Diciembre 6, 2023 a las 09:49 AM ACDT

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Equidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus)

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davemmdave

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Abril 2021

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Investigating a delivery of firewood, having trundled along the rear of the North Normanville Dunes, heading south as is a common event each autumn in this area. Then it encountered a temporary obstacle in the form of a colorbond fence which is on heavily compacted gravel and probably underlying concrete. But it only tried burrowing under the fence briefly before moving elsewhere.

Made me feel vindicated for having a wildlife friendly steel mesh fence installed years ago on 3 of the 4 boundaries... great for reptiles echidnas etc, and the other things I like about it are how well it supports climbing plants-local climbers ground covers and chenopods all quickly covered it,so it screens out the neighbours while helping reduce **seasonal temperature fluctuations for the wirra and we occupants.

**Another chance for me to challenge the ridiculous assertion -mantra even-
unquestioned by 99.9% of the community, about the role of deciduous trees (all exotic, or at least native to areas outside of SA, with the biopaucity and woody weed problems that generates) in cooling buildings in summer while warming them in winter.
Never been proven.
The opposite HAS been proven. Evergreen trees trap radiant ground heat in winter and still cool buildings in summer. Blah...:)

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davemmdave

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Marzo 11, 1995 a las 01:45 PM ACDT

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Old slide scan. Date correct. Charter boat dive on The Dredge (an FAD scuttled off Glenelg in 20m depth for recreational divers).

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leoncrang

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Noviembre 15, 2022 a las 08:59 PM AEST

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sarinozi

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Noviembre 25, 2023 a las 11:46 AM ACDT

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jvanweenen

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Febrero 3, 2023 a las 01:47 PM ACDT

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davemmdave

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Octubre 22, 2023 a las 12:34 PM ACDT

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dsm

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dave_holland

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Noviembre 22, 2023 a las 12:26 PM NZDT

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wing matches Steve Kerr's obs of this species exactly.

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Arañas Lobo (Familia Lycosidae)

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davidsando

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Abril 28, 2021 a las 06:39 AM ACST

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At a mass congregation of sheet webs after ballooning, large numbers of Lycosidae spiders are active. ?hunting Ostearis melanopygius or trapped prey.

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Noviembre 14, 2023 a las 04:24 PM ACDT

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davemmdave

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Noviembre 22, 2021 a las 02:39 PM ACDT

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On dorsal lip and head of a smooth toadfish. This male Louse was seen moving positions quite actively and frequently during the few minutes I watched, but it was adept at staying on the head end of this one individual fish despite the fish appearing to be trying to get rid of it by frequently burying almost completely in the sand and moving around while doing so. We often see this species of parasitic Louse attached firmly to various species of inshore demersal fish but I don't often see them firmly attached to any toadfish. Occasionally they are attached to juvenile (smooth et al eg prickly) toadfish but rarely adults. Perhaps the tetrodotoxin on the skin of most toadfish makes the adults uncomfortable hosts for the Louse. Toadfish might be temporary or 'last resort ' hosts when there are no other fish species available at a particular location?

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davemmdave

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Noviembre 22, 2021 a las 02:39 PM ACDT

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With a Striped Sea Louse male on mouth. This was one of many adult smooth toadies seen on this shallow intertidal and subtidal snorkel(in image 2 a second one is almost fully buried in lower frame),but was the only one with a visible parasite externally.

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Noviembre 15, 2023 a las 09:26 AM ACDT

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danimations

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Enero 27, 2018 a las 05:27 PM ACDT

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Saw several of these close inshore in <4m metres of water.

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seaborn

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Diciembre 15, 2008 a las 12:50 PM ACDT

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bert10

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Septiembre 6, 2023 a las 04:15 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Diciembre 12, 2020 a las 05:44 PM ACDT

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A few seen on the flowering roadside Teatrees.

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rosanne36

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Septiembre 8, 2023 a las 02:44 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Octubre 20, 2023 a las 04:53 PM ACDT

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Under a smallish rock or lump of jetty junk.

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dsm

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davemmdave

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Octubre 2023

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4 photos kindly provided by a neighbour whose residence is at base of secondary dune and the garden is riddled with burrows. Neighbour has a keen interest in nature, is a scientist,and has been watching some bush rats actively out and about just by looking out of his windows throughout today. They are certainly not limiting their exposure time to nocturnal hours!
(And as I've noted in several of my recent submissions showing numerous burrows, the population along the rear face of the secondary dune is currently VERY high.)

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jvanweenen

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Octubre 21, 2023 a las 03:04 PM ACDT

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Bruto del Sur (Trachichthys australis)

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davemmdave

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Octubre 18, 2023 a las 10:53 AM ACDT

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Several older juveniles under a very shallow subtidal swim through in the Lady Bay Reef Watch area directly out from Lady Bay Road. They were cohabiting with tiny juvenile Sea Sweep and a few very juvenile Rough and Bigscale Bullseyes (plus juvenile Zebrafish and probably the juveniles of a few other common species of bony reef fish. )

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andamooka

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Octubre 16, 2023 a las 11:07 AM ACDT

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andamooka

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Octubre 16, 2023 a las 11:39 AM ACDT

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Julio 12, 2020 a las 12:49 PM ACST

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On ridge track near native bush. On sandy clay soil with sandstone and quartzite outcrops.

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davemmdave

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Octubre 16, 2023 a las 11:18 AM ACDT

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No photos of the animals, just various examples of their burrowing,. All images within one small section at rear of North Dunes, ie within an area of roughly 10 by 20 metres. But virtually the entire length of the hind dunes, including most of the east facing slope of the secondary dune, is currently riddled with the same burrows.
Areas that, for as long as I can remember, were so choked with introduced Soursob that little else would grow there, are now showing bare sand and sandy soil,considerably earlier than usual in the warm season. And the burrowing is most intensive exactly where the Soursob density was highest.
I'm advised by key local experts that they are indeed the work of this particular native rodent.
And the single most important human intervention responsible for this spectacular population explosion in these dunes is believed to be the eradication of introduced rabbits from the actual dunes system. Currently the North Normanville Dunes are, to all intents and purposes, rabbit free. (From my own observation, and probably also the South Normanville Dunes but I'm less sure about that because I spend less time there).
On frequent sorties through and along the North Dunes, I've found no fresh droppings, no active warrens and seen no rabbits for a few months at least, probably longer.
Congratulations to those responsible.
Let's hope adequate funding for this eradication program will continue, and if it does, we locals might have the privilege of seeing the dunes regain more of their pre settlement biodiversity. These Dunes are currently formally protected from subdivision etc only by virtue of their geological significance (including a middens component,from memory?).
But, incredibly, they are not a Nature Conservation Park, nor under any specific statutory protection wrt their ecological value (AFAIK ).
Looking at greater metropolitan Adelaide, the nearest similar coastal dunes (Tennyson and Minda) both have formal protection and active Friends of Parks groups (or the equivalent wrt Minda).
But those remnant dune systems are tiny cw the Normanville Dunes.
However, I'm confident Normanville's Dunes will achieve full proclamation as Conservation Parks within my lifetime.

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Octubre 12, 2023 a las 12:55 PM ACDT

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Very small. maybe 3-4mm Only managed to get this photo sadly.

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mtank

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Marzo 19, 2023 a las 12:11 PM ACDT

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Velika Avstralska Algovnica (Phycodurus eques)

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mcgiraffe73

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Marzo 2014

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davemmdave

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Octubre 2023

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Natural occurrence near rear of North Dunes. Note that there has been much regeneration of this species in the Dunes since rabbits were eradicated from the North Normanville Dunes for a continuous period of well over a year, and the current rabbit population is effectively zero. This is the result of a very intensive, highly geospecific program overseen by the local DEW officer, to improve survival rates for the numerous tubestock plantings of local natives throughout the Dunes. Earlier plantings were often decimated by rabbits, when intermittent baiting was the norm. The rabbits would disappear for a few weeks or months at best, then repopulate rapidly, triggering urgent resumption of baiting. This cyclical approach was recognised as inefficient wrt cost benefit, and the new 'zero tolerance ' regime has been a resounding success. The local kangaroo population (excessive) remains a lesser hindrance ,but the most gratifying mammalian bounceback I've ever been aware of in this Dunes system is now very evident. There are many hundreds of scratchings and burrows of native Bush Rats (Rattus fuscipes) along the entire length of the secondary dunes. And apparently much of this cute native rodent's burrowing targets the introduced Soursob. They relish the bulbs and tubers! Will the funding continue?
Stay tuned...

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davemmdave

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Octubre 2023

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Casual.
One of about 6 tubestock planted in a trial kangaroo proof plot at rear of North Dunes within last year or two, as told to me by the relevant DEW revegetation officer..Its a rare Aldinga Conservation Park provenance, but I've forgotten the species name. It is unclear whether the species ever occurred in or near the Normanville Dunes but the 6 tubestock specimens were surplus stock (very precious, still) offered to said officer to trial as he saw fit.
Poor image, with no reproductive parts yet present and a long reach over the roo proof fence. The brown blob is just a land snail.
Submitted for personal interest mainly, as I live nearby and hope to monitor these 6 plants' progress over next few years.

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Flor Inmortal (Xerochrysum bracteatum)

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Octubre 7, 2023 a las 10:20 AM ACDT

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Trompetero de Ocho Lineas (Helotes octolineatus)

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davemmdave

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Febrero 22, 2011 a las 04:11 AM ACDT

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A juvenile obviously,if ID is correct,and from memory Mark McGrouther agreed when we shared this pic years ago.Shallow snorkel @ Haycock Point.

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titreeren

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Octubre 5, 2023 a las 04:35 PM ACDT

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marinejanine

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Abril 2, 2021 a las 12:00 PM ACDT

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Tiny green pipefish with spade-shaped snout.

Maybe young juvenile Hypselognathus rostratus?

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possumpete

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Septiembre 29, 2023 a las 01:06 PM AEST

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Cgupapiedras Bonita Oriental (Cochleoceps bicolor)

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Marzo 26, 2023 a las 04:11 PM ACDT

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scubawayne

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Enero 27, 2018 a las 11:35 AM ACDT

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Mac's Ground is a small reef 4.5kms west of Glenelg in 17m of water

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scubawayne

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Enero 27, 2018 a las 09:19 AM ACDT

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24m depth

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scubawayne

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Abril 15, 2017 a las 12:54 PM ACST

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20m depth

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suzieandjim

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Septiembre 18, 2023 a las 08:42 PM ACST

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marinejanine

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Junio 18, 2023 a las 09:59 AM ACST

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Mielero Carigualdo (Caligavis chrysops)

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neville44

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Septiembre 29, 2023 a las 11:56 AM ACST

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Mariposa de Los Muros (Pararge aegeria)

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bartosus

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Agosto 4, 2023 a las 02:45 PM CEST

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chrisseager

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Septiembre 29, 2023 a las 10:04 AM ACST

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This would have to be one of the most spectacular P. daphnoides ever! The number of native bees buzzing around it was amazing 😍

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Dormilón Toro (Heterodontus portusjacksoni)

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davemmdave

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Large aggregation in about 2m depth via snorkel. I estimate there were at least 70, and probably closer to 80-90.Most were mature adults but some older juveniles or immature younger ones were present peripheral to the main aggregation which formed a veritable mound of many individuals over many square metres of benthos.

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jvanweenen

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Septiembre 17, 2023 a las 08:07 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Julio 7, 2022 a las 10:49 AM ACST