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ronavery

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Septiembre 4, 2021 09:47 AM AEST

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Junio 30, 2018 06:30 PM AEST

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What an interesting weevil! This is one of those things that I'm sure I've seen before, and yet there are apparently no other sightings of anything remotely similar up this way. Maybe I do just get really lucky with finding weird things. Anyway, this is clearly Amycterini but can I do any better? Well, there are a lot of genera (ALA lists 40!!) but it seems like Ferguson reviewed most of them, so hopefully it won't be too bad. Before we even get into those though, we can immediately discard Xenommamycterus so that is helpful.

Let's get into Ferguson then. I can't find Part I for some reason so we'll start with Part II, which is itself split into two parts. They deal with the very speciose genus Talaurinus. Aaaaand after a quick dip in, let's deal with that later. We'll skip ahead to Part III :P Notonophes and Pseudonotonophes both have the rostrum relatively flat, so they are out. Myotrotus has the elytra finely granulated. Gagatophorus (=Macramycterus) is similar but only found in WA and is rather more strongly tuberculate than this by the look of images. Chriotyphus has no large granules and is also only from WA.

Next we'll look at Part IV, dealing with the genus Sclerorinus. The species are all southerly in distribution and have a relatively flat rostrum, so they are all out. That's quite a relief because there are a great number of them!

Part V is about Molochtus and Cubicorhynchus. Molochtus has striate, punctured elytra so it is out. Cubicorhynchus is the same really, so it is out too.

Part VI deals with Acantholophus, another very speciose genus. We cannot really rule it out from the generic description alone, but Ferguson does say that no species are known from the far north. Indeed, the only ALA records for the genus anywhere near here is a record of A. kreffti in Townsville. The description of that species clearly rules it out, and I think I am going to ignore Acantholophus for the time being, because I don't really want to deal with it!

Up next - Part VII, Hyborrhynchus (=Hyborrhinus) and allied genera. As well as Hyborrhinus, it deals with Neohyborrhynchus, Parahyborrhynchus, and Anascoptes. From the key we can rule out Hyborrhinus and Anascoptes, but all of these genera are very southern in distribution so I think in fact we can rule all of them out. ALA records seemingly confirm this, so I am chucking them all!

Part VIII deals with the 'Euomides', an artificial grouping of genera that generally have short scapes but not always. There are a very large number of genera detailed in this one, and luckily for us their distributions are laid out in a nice table early on. Euomus, Euomella, Brachymycterus, Cucullothorax, Alexirhea, Aedriodes, Melanegis, Oditesus, Ennothus, Polycreta, and Paroditesus are restricted to WA, so they are all out! According to ALA, Polycreta is a synonym of Ennothus and Paroditesus of Oditesus, but these do not matter much as all four are out. Brachymycterus also provides some problems though, as apparently it is extinct. The only extant species has now been moved to Brachyrothus, so that one is out. Of the remaining genera, Atychoria is only known from SA, and Sosytelus only from NSW. The latter goes into Queensland according to ALA records, so I might double check the description. Dialeptopus is only known from WA and SA (+Vic according to ALA), Tetralophus from SA, Vic, and possibly WA (ALA says Tas too), and Acherres from WA, SA, and central Australia - they are all out. Three genera have been recorded in Queensland, namely Mythites, Bubaris, and Amorphorhinus. So we should check those four, plus Sosytelus. Although in fact, Bubaris is now a synonym of Sosytelus so I guess that all makes sense then! Sosytelus sensu Ferguson is restricted to NSW, so I guess we don't have to look there in the paper. Going by the description, Mythites has the rostrum constricted at the base, so it is out. 'Bubaris' has the antennal scapes short and apically dilated, so it is out too (as therefore is Sosytelus). Amorphorhinus is also seemingly out, as the rostrum is too short and broad, and none of the species really match either.

So what now? Well I have located Part I which deals with Psalidura (=Amycterus), another of those very speciose genera. From the key we can rule out everything except Amycterus talpa, A. elongatus, A. cuneicaudatus, A. caudatus, A. forficulatus, A. metasternalis, A. falciformis, A. kosciuskoanus, A. mirabilis, A. cultratus, A. monticola, A. abnormis, and A. perlatus. They have various other names in the paper which are now synonyms, and I can't be bothered writing out what is what so you can all just work it out! A. kosciuskoanus is out for reasons that should be obvious, but the others I will go through. There are too many to go into detail with, but they are all out. Most are finely granulated on the pronotum and none look like this. Into the bin!

So what's next then? Well we have Talaurinus left, plus some genera split from Talaurinus in the second section of Part II, plus some other genera described after Ferguson's revisions were completed. Hypotomops is described here and does not match, and Achorostoma is described here and also does not match. Antalaurinus and Talaurinellus were both described by Zimmerman (alas, I do not have the book!) for species that were treated by Ferguson under Talaurinus, so we will be fine just going ahead to look in the review(s).

Latalaurinus and its synonym Peritalaurinus are described here; both have a very short rostrum, wider than long, and are entirely dark (and restricted to WA). Ophthalamycterus, described next, is also entirely dark and restricted to WA. After that, Dicherotropis; one species is entirely dark and the other is without large elytral granules, and I believe both are restricted to WA again. Finally, Sclerorrhinella is restricted to WA yet again, and none of the species match.

So we are left with Talaurinus sensu Ferguson, and the many many species contained within. There are about 7 pages of key, starting here (weird format but okay). That is a lot. Wow. Okay. Time to dive in I guess. My main problem with these keys is not even that I can't see all of the features, it's that I don't know what some of the things even look like. Part of that is because I am not a weevil expert, but part of it is also because the key is stupid. How am I supposed to know if the weevil has larger granules or smaller granules? Larger or smaller than what?? So I will make a shortlist of possible species, then go through the individual descriptions to see what I can rule out.

Possibilities are: T. mitchelli, T. longipes, T. alternans, T. miliaris, T. catenulatus, T. subvittatus, T. sobrinus, T. scabrosus, T. irroratus, T. tuberculosus (as T. tuberculatus), T. semispinosus (and synonyms T. pastillarius and T. pustulosus), T. roei (as T. funereus), T. simulator, and T. incanescens (and synonym T. i. muricatus). But because I'm not 100% certain that I'm interpreting some of the characters correctly, I'd also like to double-check Amycterus variegatus (as T. variegatus), T. angularis, T. papulosus, T. pallidus, T. gayndahensis, T. sphaerulatus, T. alternatus, T. rugicollis, T. scaber, T. regularis (and synonym T. solidus), A. rufipes (as T. rufipes), A. morbillosus (as T. morbillosus, and synonym T. m-elevatus), and A. orthodoxus (as T. orthodoxus, and synonym T. melancholicus). That is quite a few, alas.

Welp, time to get into it I guess. I'll just go through and rule out anything easy, then come back to the more similar ones. A. variegatus has the pronotum evenly granulate. T. angularis does not have three tubercle-free stripes on the pronotum, and neither does T. papulosus, nor T. pallidus. T. gayndahensis has only small tubercles on the elytra. T. sphaerulatus has no tubercle-free pronotal areas.

That finishes up the first part, so onto the continuation. T. alternans does not have tubercle-free pronotal areas, and neither does T. longipes, nor T. miliaris, T. mitchellii, T. alternatus, and T. rugicollis. T. catenulatus is a decent match so I will save that for later. T. pustulatus does not have tubercle-free pronotal areas, nor does T. funereus. Some things about T. subvittatus match very well and other things seem wrong, so I will come back to it. T. sobrinus is a good match too so we will compare that in more detail later. T. scabrosus has more large tubercles on the elytra. T. tuberculatus has no tubercle-free area on the pronotum. T. irroratus is also a decent match so I will come back to it. The same also for T. incanescens.

Now I reach the end of the review, but we still have names to check off! So what happened? I think the review does not actually cover all species, and we will have to go digging elsewhere, alas. A. morbillosus is listed in the first section under its supposed synonym T. penicillatus; it has no tubercle-free areas on the pronotum. This paper indicates that T. melancholicus (=Amycterus orthodoxus) is only found in southeastern Australia, so I am happy to rule it out. It also tells us that "T. scaber Boisd., [is] an aberrant tuberculate form [that] occurs inland in Victoria", and ALA confirms this with also a few records from southern NSW. I am happy ruling it out. And here is the information I sought on T. semispinosus and T. simulator. Both are from WA and they seem to both have granules on the entire pronotum. And finally, T. regularis and A. rufipes are both discussed here; neither are from anywhere near here and the description of the former does not match.

I should also note that these three articles (and these two) also have several descriptions of new(er) Talaurinus species, none of which match mine.

So, we have our short short list then - T. catenulatus, T. subvittatus, T. sobrinus, T. irroratus, and T. incanescens. Firstly, what are their recorded distributions? T. catenulatus is from 'Queensland' with no closer locality. T. subvittatus is from the Atherton district in north Queensland (close to here). T. sobrinus from 'Queensland' and Cardwell (also close to here). T. irroratus is from NSW. T. incanescens is from WA, specifically the southwest (King George's Sound). So I think it's much more likely to be one of the first three than the latter two. Let's look more closely.

Although the pronotum of T. incanescens is a pretty good match, the elytra are less so, with more rows of granules than mine seems to have. It also says that the median line and 'collar' are marked on the pronotum, and although I can see the collar I cannot see any trace of an actual median sulcus. So I think T. incanescens is out.

The description indicates that T. irroratus does not have a collar impression on the pronotum, so it is also out.

Just left with three Queensland species now, and it becomes trickier. Luckily though, two of them are pictured here. Here's T. subvittatus:

And here's T. sobrinus:

Right away we can see that T. sobrinus is not really all that close, whereas T. subvittatus on the other hand is very similar to this one. So I think I will rule out T. sobrinus.

So what are the key differences between T. catenulatus and T. subvittatus? It has this to say about the colour; for T. catenulatus: "Black, opaque, granules subnitid, rather densely clothed with greyish scales; head and rostrum bivittate" and for T. subvittatus: "Black, ♂ abraded, ♀ variegated with white scales; head with median (bifurcate on rostrum) and supraorbital vittae, prothorax trivittate on disc and with white on sides, elytra maculate, the macules formind irregular vittae". From that, this seems very much closer to T. subvittatus.

What about the elytral structure? For T. catenulatus male:

"Eyltra ... moderately ovate, not greatly ampliate; humeral angle with a small nodule; disc puncto-striate, rugulose between punctures; interstices granulate, first at base only costate; second with four or five, large, elongate granules; third with eight large, elongate and two smaller ones on declivity; fourth without granules, fifth with twelve stouter, less elongate, and closer together; sixth with eight smaller ones not reaching base; sides striate-punctate, interstices irregularly granulate."

And female:

"Elytra with tubercles on interstices elongate, flattened, second with five, third with ten, fourth with none, fifth with ten, sixth with seven, seventh with about ten, almost completely on side, the tubercles very little prominent, sides with interstices similar."

For T. subvittatus male:

"Elytra ... subovate, apex moderately abruptly rounded, base arcuate; humeral angles tuberculiform, projecting laterally; sculpture rough and confused, with small rounded granules hardly in striae, interstices not raised but with rather strong nitid tubercles, sutural with three or four small granules at base, second with three distant tubercles in middle, and three more conical on declivity, extending to apex; third with five smaller rounded ones extending from base to middle, and two more posteriorly; fourth with two near middle, fifth with three spaced out ones near shoulder, and four or five more conical and more closely placed posteriorly; sixth with four conical distantly placed tubercles, seventh with six smaller ones; sides transversely rugose, not granulate."

And for female:

"Elytral tubercles rather larger, and about six in all on third interstice, larger and more conical"

It doesn't quite match any of them exactly, but from that it seems far closer to T. subvittatus than to T. catenulatus. The colour is spot on, and the description of the elytral tubercles is very close, especially for the first three interstices. Notably there are no tubercles on mine on the fourth interstice but I don't think that's an unreasonable amount of variation. So all in all I am quite happy to call this Talaurinus subvittatus. Finally. It has been many days of weevils, and I am glad to be done!

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Febrero 1, 2018 12:00 AM +11

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Marzo 13, 2019 01:00 PM UTC

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Recently reinstated species Corunastylis reflexa. observed for many years at this location and assumed a peloric G.simulans.

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Enero 7, 2000 04:21 AM UTC

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Agosto 30, 2017 01:50 PM UTC

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Febrero 12, 2020 01:04 PM UTC

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Marzo 12, 2019 01:00 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Marzo 2, 2019 12:00 AM +11

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shawnryan

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Febrero 10, 2018 12:00 AM +11

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Strong sweet/musky smell unlike. Laterals 11mm long, flowers large 11mm wide, labellum callus ending a bit past half way along the labellum, much less crowded inflorescences and deep pink long trichomes along labellum.. Different to G. simulans that is prolific throughout the platuea

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shawnryan

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Febrero 4, 2019 01:00 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Diciembre 22, 2020 09:43 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Febrero 2, 2021 02:28 PM UTC

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Genoplesium ssp. Strong musky/sweet scent. Flowers around 5mm wide. Laterals approx. 6mm. callus reaching half way along labellum, Column wing appears to be divided. Potentially another intergrade between G.simulans and superbum

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shawnryan

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Noviembre 27, 2020 07:12 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Marzo 3, 2019 01:04 PM UTC

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Genoplesium trifidum

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Abril 24, 2019 01:50 PM UTC

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Marzo 15, 2021 01:36 PM AEDT

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Agosto 9, 2017 01:28 PM AEST

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Field Notes - Amazing ground orchid flower about 10mm above leaf. Genus Corybas sp possibly diemenicus? which has been recorded from the area. South Western Woodland NR Killonbutta in callitris eucalypt woodland

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shawnryan

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Noviembre 3, 2021

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Diuris monticola

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shawnryan

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Enero 27, 2019 01:00 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Octubre 31, 2018 01:37 PM UTC

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shawnryan

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Marzo 2, 2020 01:01 PM UTC

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reinstated species 'Corunastylis reflexa'

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Enero 2021

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Privado

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spyne

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Agosto 29, 2020 09:11 AM AEST

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tpyne

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Agosto 29, 2020 09:06 AM AEST

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shawnryan

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Febrero 16, 2018 12:00 AM +11

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Growing in mowed area dominated by native species. Chiloglottis demonise, Genoplesium simulans, paracaleana minor, Thelymitra aff. Brevifolia and many other species throughout mowed area and near house. Next to the wonderful madhutters abode

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Julio 2020

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Old photo that I came across. Very obvious stripes but labellum is longer than dorsal sepal. Unguiculatus or fordhamii?

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johnwalter

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Agosto 31, 2020 03:51 PM AEST

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A damaged flower was dissected, see image 4

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Mayo 15, 2022 10:57 AM AEST

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No colour on this one, but found amongst all the other pruinosus in the area.

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izakschoon

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Febrero 2021

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Robles Australianos Y Parientes (Género Grevillea)

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Abril 30, 2022 02:07 PM AEST

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Febrero 5, 2022 01:01 PM AEDT

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Febrero 27, 2022 05:38 PM +11

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shawnryan

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Abril 18, 2022

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Corybas undulatus

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Febrero 10, 2022 03:19 PM +11

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Australia (Google, OSM)

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Octubre 2021

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Octubre 3, 2021 10:39 AM AEDT

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Enero 16, 2022 09:56 PM AEDT

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Febrero 27, 2022 03:22 PM AEDT

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https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/107694909

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Marzo 11, 2020 12:05 AM AEDT

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Febrero 2022

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Marzo 4, 2022 11:28 AM AEDT

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izakschoon

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Febrero 27, 2020 08:51 AM AEDT

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Marzo 3, 2019 01:03 PM UTC

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Febrero 6, 2022 09:06 PM AEDT

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Mayo 29, 2021 01:22 PM AEST

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Febrero 2022

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Marzo 11, 2021 04:14 AM +11

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Enero 20, 2022 06:50 PM AEDT

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Enero 1, 2013 12:03 PM +12

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Marzo 20, 2020 02:26 PM AEDT

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Octubre 14, 2019 11:26 AM AEDT

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One plant fallen from tree and suspended just off ground level by vines. 10 metres off Coachwood Glen Nature Trail.

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johnfrench

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Diciembre 22, 2020 05:06 PM UTC

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Marzo 13, 2021 03:16 AM +11

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Enero 21, 2021 03:09 AM +11

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Open Grassy woodland habitat. Surrounding plants included Lambertia formosa, actinotus helianthi, Banksia serrata, persoonia sp.

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shawnryan

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Enero 30, 2019 05:51 PM UTC

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Genoplesium ansatum

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shawnryan

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Enero 31, 2019 02:11 PM UTC

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Numerous leafs throughout moss gardens within swamp

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mrhuntsman

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Noviembre 2021

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izakschoon

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Enero 2, 2022 04:39 PM AEDT

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A second population, confirmed by Mark Clements

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fobhm

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Enero 2022

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johneichler

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Enero 2004

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Australia (Google, OSM)

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onholliday

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Febrero 2021

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Tronadores, Saltapericos Y Cocuyos (Familia Elateridae)

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Diciembre 20, 2021 06:04 PM AEDT

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geoffhyde1

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Noviembre 3, 2021 09:32 AM AEDT

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About 7mm

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dumakey

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Enero 17, 2021 01:52 AM ACDT

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chrisjonkers

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Diciembre 2021

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Diciembre 15, 2021 11:37 AM UTC

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kathwade

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Julio 17, 2020 03:38 PM AEST

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kathwade

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Marzo 15, 2020 03:28 PM AEDT

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area or Petrophile & melaluca, with temporary inundation

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Febrero 16, 2021 09:05 PM +11

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Noviembre 21, 2021 12:43 PM AEDT

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Orquídeas (Familia Orchidaceae)

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petheram

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Marzo 5, 2021 10:36 AM AEDT

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At Nt park cabins NE National park nr Point Lookout. About 30 cm high. Petals faded now

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arghill

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Diciembre 2012

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Marzo 8, 2020 09:43 AM ACDT

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merridybee

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Noviembre 11, 2021 01:36 PM AEDT

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Tottenham (Google, OSM)

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Octubre 9, 2020 08:44 AM AEDT

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Agosto 31, 2021 12:39 PM AEST

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chrisjonkers

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Septiembre 15, 2021 01:12 PM AEST

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Great to see these bouncing back. They nearly died out during the prolonged drought, but after the excellent rain this year many new seedlings are popping up.

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chrisjonkers

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Octubre 19, 2021 02:05 PM AEDT

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Formerly Diuris maculata

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Noviembre 17, 2019 07:58 PM +11

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Apparently natural establishment on cultivated palm on street. 1 plant.

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Orquídea Cebolla (Microtis unifolia)

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