Scott W. Gavins

Joined: May 21, 2019 Last Active: Jul 12, 2024 iNaturalist

A Land for Wildlife property owner in the Fraser Coast region, Queensland, Australia.
I have a project for anything found by myself or visitors on the property

My main interest is in the smaller plants in my area including wetland species and Mistletoes. But on my property my interest extends to the larger plants, fungi, animals or anything particularly strange. I consider myself custodian of this property which is home to several species of vulnerable plants and frogs. I collect a lot of seed from here for local revegetation projects.

I am interested in ways to manage it, as well as other places, to promote their general health and diversity. I am experimenting with fire regimes and have a project for my property to record how species on it recover (or if they die) after fire

I am always up for going for a wander in the bush and love exploring new places.

My avatar is an unusually light grey Broad-palmed Rocket Frog (Litoria latopalmata) which is common here.

Note that some of my observations include plucked/pulled/salvaged/netted/dead organisms and such things are handled or collected from my own property or with appropriate permits and are not wantonly yanked up for no reason.

Creating search URL's

&term_id= - the annotation group

1=Life Stage, 9=Sex, 12=Plant Phenology, 17=Alive or Dead, 22=Evidence of Presence

&term_value_id= - the value within the group

Life Stage: 2=Adult, 3=Teneral, 4=Pupa, 5=Nymph, 6=Larva, 7=Egg, 8=Juvenile, 16=Subimago
Sex: 10=Female, 11=Male
Plant Phenology: 13=Flowering, 14=Fruiting, 15=Flower Budding, 21=No Evidence of Flowering
Alive or Dead: 18=Alive, 19=Dead, 20=Cannot Be Determined
Evidence of Presence: 23=Feather, 24=Organism, 25=Scat, 26=Track, 27=Bone, 28=Molt, 29=Gall, 30=Egg, 31= Hair, 32=Leafmine, 35=Construction

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