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10 Jun 2021

SEEKING YOUR HELP WITH RECORDING AN INVASIVE BIRD SPECIES! A Common Myna, AKA Indian Myna (Acridotheres tristis)was sighted in Thurgoona yesterday, crossing Kerr Rd just south of Thurgoona Drive. Th...

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MPennay wrote:
7 Jun 2023
It's an insectivorous bat. I can't see any features to attribute it to Mormopterus (Ozimops) or any other genus.

Unidentified Microbat
Michael123 wrote:
5 Jun 2023
Physa acuta Family Physidae. Invasive from the northern hemisphere. Now with a global range in freshwater bodies.

Unidentified Snail or Slug (Gastropoda)
KylieWaldon wrote:
20 May 2023
wow. what an awesome looking insect! You would have had no hope seeing it in leaves!

Torbia perficita
KylieWaldon wrote:
12 May 2023
they are still in and around Wodonga. One to four birds together. South and West. Usually see them when I am driving.

SuziBond wrote:
11 May 2023
Yeah ok, wow. What a late season it has been this year.

Junonia villida

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