8993 sightings of 5620 species across 137 locations from 338 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.

Download NatureMapr on The Apple App Store Download NatureMapr from Google Play


 Atlas of Life AGM and Christmas lunch3 Nov 2017

 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

Latest discussion

KimPullen wrote:
4 hrs ago
Yes that looks like the same species. But Federica Turco, a CSIRO taxonomist has told me that the genus Zonitis doesn't really occur in Australia...

KimPullen wrote:
4 hrs ago
Nice shots.

Fly / Gnat / Mosquito Ogcodes sp. (Small-headed fly)
Yeah, true. I could have confirmed it a bit hastily. But I think bonariensis is by far the most common species down here. I've had incompta conf...

Other Wildflower Verbena bonariensis (Purpletop)
Actually it is very unlikely to be graveolens in that location, since it grows pretty much exclusively on rock outcrops. I'd say it is P. parvifl...

Other Wildflower Plectranthus graveolens
lpopple wrote:
This looks like Yoyetta celis.

Bug CICADIDAE (Unidentified cicada)
Other projects: Canberra Nature Map
Built by at3am IT | Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness is covered under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License | Privacy