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Crayfish hi I have a redclaw cray and he's about medium size. 10cm? he is bright blue. his claw has a white... littlecritters 3.06 PM, 22 June 2009
Public Response to Taxidermy Mounts Hi Becky and Lynda. On a separate but related issue, we did some work at the Natural History Museum on... Michael Harvey 1.06 PM, 22 June 2009
What are spiders? Great site for a Uni student needing teaching resources!! manny8384 5.06 PM, 20 June 2009
Body Art I think the Body Art website is very interesting and well put together; however I'm concerned that there... kwalker@hepatitisc.org.au 3.06 PM, 19 June 2009
Phantom Phasmids Hi John, There are photos of the insect which will eventually be uploaded on the web. I don't think... David Britton 11.06 AM, 19 June 2009
Ghost Bat Yes, we certainly agree that currently this fact sheet is very brief! However, we plan to update all... Ondine Evans 11.06 AM, 18 June 2009
Ghost Bat The information provided is very brief. Also, there is another page with information: http://australianmuseum.net.au/Ghost-Bats/ Why... pledge 6.06 PM, 17 June 2009
Whale Shark, Rhincodon typus (Smith, 1828) Erik, That is a fabulous photo! Thank you. I particularly liked looking at the different species that... Mark McGrouther 5.06 PM, 17 June 2009
Whale Shark, Rhincodon typus (Smith, 1828) Whale Shark photographed 27-Apr-09 at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia (attached). eschlogl 4.06 PM, 17 June 2009
Australian Goatfish, Upeneus australiae (Kim & Nakaya, 2002) Great photo Sascha. Thank you. Mark McGrouther 11.06 AM, 17 June 2009
Australian Goatfish, Upeneus australiae (Kim & Nakaya, 2002) Minnamurra River, March 2009. Depth 3m. Sascha Schulz 10.06 AM, 17 June 2009
Eastern Australian Salmon, Arripis trutta (Forster, 1801) Great image Sascha! Thank you. Mark McGrouther 10.06 AM, 17 June 2009
Eastern Australian Salmon, Arripis trutta (Forster, 1801) Bass Point, January 2005. Depth of 6m. Sascha Schulz 10.06 AM, 17 June 2009
Variegated Wrasse, Coris batuensis (Bleeker, 1857) That's a great shot of the juvenile. Thank you Jonathan. Mark McGrouther 8.06 AM, 15 June 2009
Variegated Wrasse, Coris batuensis (Bleeker, 1857) Juvenile Coris batuensis at Shelly Beach, Manly. Depth 7m. Jonathan 5.06 PM, 12 June 2009