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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
Audience Research - What is audience research? The link should now work. Thanks for alerting us to this, Linda! Ondine Evans 9.06 AM, 12 June 2009
Audience Research - What is audience research? Hi Lynda The link to your paper is broken [http://australianmuseum.net.au/Audience-Research-What-is-audience-research]... linday 9.06 AM, 12 June 2009
Common Ringtail Possum Hi Joel - the Common Ringtail Possum, although definitely under pressure from predators such as cats,... Ondine Evans 4.06 PM, 11 June 2009
Wolf spider burrow with lid closed its a great photo good shot:) lachlanroberts8 12.06 PM, 11 June 2009
How do we know that climate is changing? Fascinating stuff. So many questions: How can we as humans stop the progress? Is there anything we as... joel-tremblay 12.06 PM, 11 June 2009
Phantom Phasmids That sounds like an amazing adventure - worthy of a documentary or a movie. Are there any photos of this... joel-tremblay 7.06 AM, 10 June 2009
Common Ringtail Possum I've seen these around our house at night - though not as often as in the past. What is the conservation... joel-tremblay 11.06 PM, 09 June 2009
Peron's Tree Frog I always wondered what these pale grey frogs were called - now I know - a "Peron's Tree Frog". Thank... joel-tremblay 11.06 PM, 09 June 2009
A deepsea anglerfish, Bufoceratias wedli Hi Jenny, Thanks for your comment. The species lives at depths between 300 m and 1750 m. Mark Mark McGrouther 12.06 PM, 09 June 2009
Reducing our carbon footprint Join the Museum's Climate Change Facebook group Lynda Kelly 7.06 AM, 09 June 2009