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Paul wrote:
10 Dec 2017
We usually see them by mid November but not so far this year. Here’s a link to a video I made of Argiope mating a couple of years ago. https://vi...

Spider Argiope keyserlingi (St Andrew's Cross Spider)
10 Dec 2017
Goodness. They seem to be one of the most common spiders. Maybe they like more open habitat.

Spider Argiope keyserlingi (St Andrew's Cross Spider)
Paul wrote:
10 Dec 2017
Nice shots Jackie! We haven’t sighted these guys here in Wonboyn yet this Summer. Keeping our eyes open though.

Spider Argiope keyserlingi (St Andrew's Cross Spider)
Paul wrote:
26 Oct 2017
Thanks for clarifying this Kim!

Spider /  Scorpion Tasmanicosa Sp. (Wolf spider)
KimPullen wrote:
25 Oct 2017
Good to get some of the lesser known - and perhaps less appealing - inverts up in the Atlas, Teresa.

Worm / Other Terrestrial Invertebrate Argononemertes australiensis (A Ribbon Worm or Nematine)
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