5627 sightings of 5441 species across 88 locations from 264 members


About Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness

Our place is a bioregion of particular interest and worthy of detailed study.

The aim of the project is to identify as many of the living creatures of this region as possible over the next years.

Announcements

 Our first Far South Coast Sea Slug Census25 Mar 2017

Join us on April 1st and 2nd from Greencape to Tathra and 8th and 9th Tathra, Bermagui to Narooma and north for the first Sea Slug Census.

 Go exploring along our coast - divers, snorkelers, rock poolers, tideline, lake and lagoon walkers. Take photos of all the Sea Slugs you see and record them here. We will help you identify them and they will add to the research on Sea Slugs along the Australian coasts.Hypselodoris obscura (L) and Aplysia Sydniensis (R)

Sea Slug censuses have been taking place over the last few years at Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast and Sydney, we have been invited by Southern Cross University to help them extend the research in our region.

See our Sapphire Coast  Sea Slug Census Facebook page and the Atlas of Life home page for all details.

 You can now "like" sightings!2 Feb 2017

Spread the love and share your respect for your fellow nature-mappers' efforts by clicking the new "thumbs up" like button on any sighting page. We're not trying to copy facebook, but its a great new way to be able to essentially vote for the sightings you most resonate with and enjoy. Cheers Aaron.

 Now you can re-order images..16 Jan 2017

 Android app now live!14 Jan 2017

 Atlas/Four Winds BioBlitz2 Nov 2016

Latest discussion

52 min ago
Depth was about 15 meters.

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libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
4 hrs ago
It's a great seastar and also a beautiful sponge?or coral? that it is resting on. Do you have any idea how deep this was?

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libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
4 hrs ago
strange - looks to me like an egg mass, but of what I have no idea, perhaps someone else can help here?

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libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
Yesterday
What wonderful photographs! I am hoping our marine plant moderator Nick Yee will be able to help identify the algae in the photos

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libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
Yesterday
What wonderful photographs! I am hoping our marine plant moderator Nick Yee will be able to help identify the algae in the photos

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