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Museum in a Box - How to book I cannot see how to book the Museum in the Box on line, I have looked and looked on the various pages... Jasmine 2.08 PM, 06 August 2009
Southern Smiler, Opistognathus jacksoniensis Macleay, 1881 Good question Sascha. According to Kuiter (2000), the fish is found on "rubble and sand flats near reefs;... Mark McGrouther 2.08 PM, 06 August 2009
Southern Smiler, Opistognathus jacksoniensis Macleay, 1881 Mark, are these fish found in shallow waters at all. Say at diveable depths? Sascha Schulz 12.08 PM, 06 August 2009
Find a fish Hi guys, I know you are all working flat out porting the old site, something that would be totally awesome... rling 8.08 AM, 06 August 2009
Scolopendrid centipedes Hi Yall, I notice in the Classification above there is no Species named? But when I click on [What... kell 6.08 PM, 04 August 2009
About the site I did try to find out more about australian museum by following the about us link but discovered a bunch... bonz 5.08 PM, 04 August 2009
Antarctic habitats how cool is antarctica coolcat 4.08 PM, 04 August 2009
Public Response to Taxidermy Mounts Hi Lynda. I'm keen to learn more about this very interesting topic. Can you suggest some further reading... CallMeHenry 11.08 AM, 04 August 2009
Red Stone Centipede Hi Kell,it appears that your centipede is scolopendrid in the family Scolopendridae. To get an accurate... Louise Carter 9.08 AM, 04 August 2009
Eastern Kelpfish, Chironemus marmoratus (Günther, 1860) Hi Sunny, Thanks for your comment. The Kelpfish has a one star edibility rating. In other words, it... Mark McGrouther 1.08 PM, 03 August 2009
Eastern Kelpfish, Chironemus marmoratus (Günther, 1860) Is it edible? What's the quality? sunnyjeng 1.08 PM, 03 August 2009
Starry Pufferfish, Arothron stellatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) Hi Jonathan. Thank you for submitting the photo of the juvenile. The species is 'officially' recorded... Mark McGrouther 8.08 AM, 03 August 2009
Starry Pufferfish, Arothron stellatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) Very juvenile A. stellatus in Sydney Harbour (Chowder Bay). Found in about 4m of water on 2 August, 2009. Jonathan 9.08 PM, 02 August 2009
Engaging audiences: what do visitors want? Hi there and thnx for your interest. What I've found is that factor is not more important than another.... Lynda Kelly 7.07 AM, 31 July 2009
Crayfish Water temperature for the various yabbies or crayfishes will vary according to species with some like... Martyn Robinson 4.07 PM, 29 July 2009