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Scarlet Basker (Urothemis signata)

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wkcheng71

Date

June 8, 2024 02:33 PM HKT
Jan HO

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Asian Spotted Tortoise Beetle (Aspidimorpha miliaris)

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wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 02:26 PM HKT
Jan HO

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wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 01:59 PM HKT
Jan HO

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Plain Tiger Butterfly (Danaus chrysippus)

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wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 01:54 PM HKT
Jan HO

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Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax)

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wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 01:35 PM HKT
Jan HO

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Kōtuku (White Heron) (Ardea alba)

Observer

wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 01:35 PM HKT
Jan HO

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wkcheng71

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June 8, 2024 01:25 PM HKT
Jan HO

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Lesser Spearwort (Ranunculus flammula)

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meeble85

Date

June 9, 2024 05:13 PM EDT
William Pils-Martin

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Eastern American Platterful Mushroom (Megacollybia rodmanii)

Observer

meeble85

Date

June 9, 2024 05:08 PM EDT
William Pils-Martin

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Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens)

Observer

meeble85

Date

June 9, 2024 05:00 PM EDT
William Pils-Martin

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Northern Blue Flag (Iris versicolor)

Observer

meeble85

Date

June 9, 2024 04:36 PM EDT
William Pils-Martin

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Pixie Cup Lichens (Genus Cladonia)

Date

June 9, 2024 04:34 PM SAST

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Cape Serotine (Laephotis capensis)

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carolebaber

Date

April 2024

Description

Not sure about the ID.
FA 30.9mm. Juvenile male. 6g

Harriet Baber

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Indian Cotton Stainer (Dysdercus cingulatus)

Observer

wkcheng71

Date

June 4, 2024 11:18 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Banded Crab Spider (Ebrechtella pseudovatia)

Observer

wkcheng71

Date

June 4, 2024 11:18 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Handmaiden Moth (Syntomoides imaon)

Observer

wkcheng71

Date

June 4, 2024 11:12 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Sober Tabby (Ericeia inangulata)

Observer

wkcheng71

Date

June 4, 2024 11:07 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris rapae)

Observer

wkcheng71

Date

June 4, 2024 11:05 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Handmaiden Moth (Syntomoides imaon)

Observer

wkcheng71

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June 4, 2024 11:04 AM HKT
Jan HO

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wkcheng71

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June 4, 2024 10:58 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Oriental Blue Dasher (Brachydiplax chalybea ssp. flavovittata)

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wkcheng71

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June 4, 2024 10:50 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Colon Swift (Caltoris bromus)

Observer

wkcheng71

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June 4, 2024 10:49 AM HKT
Jan HO

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Yellow-winged Bat (Lavia frons)

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musila-kenya

Date

June 2, 2024 03:06 PM EAT

Description

Photo by Volker Sthamer

Volker Sthamer

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Proboscis Bat (Rhynchonycteris naso)

Observer

flaviogallo

Date

June 5, 2024 03:16 PM -04

Description

Observados luego de medió día, es un árbol de una zona de inundación, todo el suelo cubierto de agua de unos 30 cm de profundidad

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White-legged Damselfly (Platycnemis pennipes)

Observer

kienberg

Date

June 5, 2024 04:30 PM CEST
Erich Fleckl

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Cecropia Moth (Hyalophora cecropia)

Observer

meeble85

Date

June 3, 2024 04:12 PM EDT
William Pils-Martin

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Gliophorus Sect. Gliophorus (Section Gliophorus)

Date

June 2, 2024 09:56 AM AEST

Description

12 of many specimens growing in the restored forest—mixed eucalypt and rainforest species—growing from a dirt bank, some in the moss on the flat above. Fruiting bodies have increased in number since last year.

LARGEST SPECIMEN
The pileus is convex. 25mm radius. Various from darker shades in centre of cap of coral (44) to lighter shades salmon to off white salmon (45). While most juvenile sporting bodies are the same colour as the larger specimens, there is an occasional immature mushroom that is olivaceous buff (63), becoming a lighter version of that colour towards the outer edge of the pileus. in colour . The cap is smooth and moist at the top with fancy radiating fibres from centre to edge. In past seasons (photo 4), they have also been documented as herbage Green (58) and Pistachio Green (68)

Smell -no discernable smell.

Gills. Adnexed, loosely packed, intercalated, one short gill, one medium length gill,l between longer ones that extend to near the stipe. - on average 1mm apart

Stipe - central attachment. 3mm diameter large and 27mm height. Slimy. Colour - shades of pinks and greens ranging from peach (46) to salmon (45) to Olivaceous (63). Hollow inside. Vertical fibres. In the past, they have also been documented as herbage Green (58) and Pistachio Green (68)

Stephen Axford

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Deceivers (Genus Laccaria)

Date

June 2, 2024 02:39 PM AEST

Description

7 specimens of many growing on the top of a small hill of restoration forest—mixed eucalypt and rainforest species—growing out of the soil.

Larger specimens (from photo)
Pileus, which is applanate but slightly centrally depressed as it ages, has a 42 mm radius. Immature mushrooms can have a slight rise at the centre of the pileus. The colour is a darker shade in the centre of the cap - the closest is between Clay Pink (30) and a light shade of brick (15), which lightens to Clay Pink at the outer edge. The cap has a smooth, slightly velvety texture, breaks into lighter-coloured patches, slightly furrowed towards the outer edge with a splitting edge.

Smell - slight citrus, sweet earthy smell

The gills are adnexed, loosely packed, and intercalated. They vary in length, with some reaching up to four different lengths. The longer gills can be 2mm—8mm apart and up to 7mm in depth. As the mushroom matures, the gills undulate and turn up, becoming more prominent. Their colour is between Clay Pink (30) and salmon (45). They appear as sheets of fine tissue paper stacked together.

The stipe is 7mm in diameter and 45mm in height. It is cylindrical when young and flattens slightly with age. The colour is between Clay Pink (30) and salmon (45). It flairs slightly at the base, where it grows from the soil. It is smooth to the touch and has vertical fibres observed under the magnifying glass.

Catherine Marciniak, Planet Fungi on iphone

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Coral Fungi (Genus Ramaria)

Date

June 2, 2024 02:27 PM AEST

Description

2 of many specimens growing in the restored forest—mixed eucalypt and rainforest species—growing out of the dirt in both just soil and moss.

LARGEST SPECIMEN
Multiple thin branches with blunt two-three-pronged branch tips and a short stem on average 15mm, white.
Branches to 2 mm diameter, axils (branch divisions) round, slightly flattened, white, smooth, feel tough.
Smell -earthy.

Catherine Marciniak Planet Fungi

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Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)

Date

June 2, 2024 02:34 PM AEST

Description

A group of four specimens growing connected at the bottom of their stipes in the restored forest—mixed eucalypt and rainforest species—growing growing out of the soil. They are solid mushrooms.

LARGEST SPECIMEN
The pileus is applanate but undulating. 75 mm radius. Various from darker shades in the centre of the cap of Sepia (26) to lighter shades of milky coffee (28) to light on the edge Vinaceous buff(31) on the edge. The cap is velvety to the touch. The edge is splitting.

Smell - earthy

Gills: Adnexed, loosely packed, intercalated, sometimes up to four different lengths, most often one short gill, one medium length gill, between longer ones that extend to near the stipe. - on average 1mm apart. Often undulating. Colour light grey.

Spores: white

Stipe: with a central attachment, can be up to 13mm in diameter and 27mm in height. It is smooth to the touch and has vertical fibres observed under magnifying glass.

Catherine Marciniak Planet Fungi
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