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Dryandra Woodland National Park field guide

Dryandra Woodland National Park

167
0.01 sightings / ha
Stirling Range National Park field guide

Stirling Range National Park

37
0 sightings / ha
Gull Rock National Park field guide

Gull Rock National Park

6
0 sightings / ha
Gloucester National Park field guide

Gloucester National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Helena National Park field guide

Helena National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Lesmurdie Falls National Park field guide

Lesmurdie Falls National Park

3
0.02 sightings / ha
Torndirrup National Park field guide

Torndirrup National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Walpole-Nornalup National Park field guide

Walpole-Nornalup National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Walyunga National Park field guide

Walyunga National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Wellington National Park field guide

Wellington National Park

3
0 sightings / ha
Avon Valley National Park field guide

Avon Valley National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
Badgingarra National Park field guide

Badgingarra National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
Beelu National Park field guide

Beelu National Park

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0 sightings / ha
Blackwood River National Park field guide

Blackwood River National Park

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0 sightings / ha
Boorara-Gardner National Park field guide

Boorara-Gardner National Park

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0 sightings / ha
Boyndaminup National Park field guide

Boyndaminup National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
Bramley National Park field guide

Bramley National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
Brockman National Park field guide

Brockman National Park

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0 sightings / ha
Dalgarup National Park field guide

Dalgarup National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
D'Entrecasteaux National Park field guide

D'Entrecasteaux National Park

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Tapirlord wrote:
15 May 2024
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Unidentified Plant
turb wrote:
11 May 2024
The specimen exhibits the typical eye pattern of Fletchamia. It also appears to have a faint indication of a median dark stripe anteriorly, hence identifying it as a Fletchamia sp. rather than Fletchamia sp. cf sugdeni.

Fletchamia sp.
trevorpreston wrote:
11 May 2024
@turb I think this might be our first flatworm sighting from WA. Can you identify?

Fletchamia sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
3 May 2024
Having had a look at the species which occur in your area I'd encourage you to compare with Eucalyptus marginata (Jarrah), it is a broad-leaved species with fairly dense rough bark. To help us ID Eucalypts I'd suggest photographing the flower buds or mature fruit capsules (depending on what is available).

Eucalyptus marginata
Tapirlord wrote:
3 May 2024
Banksia menziesii?

Banksia sp.

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