8577 sightings of 5589 species across 133 locations from 332 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.

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Announcements

 2017 BioBlitz along Merimbula Creek12 Sep 2017

 Performance improvements30 Apr 2017

 Our first Far South Coast Sea Slug Census25 Mar 2017

 You can now "like" sightings!2 Feb 2017

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

Latest discussion

KerriLee wrote:
Yesterday
I agree Kim - either approach is fine. And, yes, that's an important take-home message ... we don't have to be 100% confident to 'call' something...

Fly / Gnat / Mosquito Melangyna sp. (Hover Fly)
KimPullen wrote:
Yesterday
I find it tricky to decide whether to take the safe option and leave something at genus level only, or take it to species knowing that I can't re...

Fly / Gnat / Mosquito Melangyna sp. (Hover Fly)
KimPullen wrote:
Yesterday
Hi Max, I'll confirm it as C. nigriceps. The only risk is that there might be another similarly coloured species on the coast.

Ant / Bee / Wasp Camponotus nigriceps (Black-headed sugar ant)
KerriLee wrote:
Yesterday
Haunting lagoons in Spring ... one of my favourite pastimes :)

Dragonfly Ischnura heterosticta (Common Bluetail)
KimPullen wrote:
Yesterday
Good diagnostic image, Paul.

Spider /  Scorpion Tasmanicosa godeffroyi (Garden Wolf Spider)
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