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26 Aug 2021

Hi everyone, As you know we have been working really hard to bring NatureMapr to more areas in a sustainable way. We have turned on all of NSW, VIC and QLD and Kangaroo Island in SA at the moment, with the other remaining states on the way soon. This is underpinned by the brand new mobile app which...


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AaronClausen wrote:
1 Dec 2021
Thank you so much Ruth!

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Liam.m wrote:
20 Nov 2021
Hi Darcy, Not a baillons, but a buff banded rail. Key difference between rails and crakes is their size (baillons are absolutely tiny). Buff banded also have red bills, a clear white brow, stripes on the breast and a small buff band on their underside

Gallirallus philippensis
AaronClausen wrote:
15 Nov 2021
Hi Matt, sorry for the late reply. I've just bumped you up to plant moderator on the south coast. Thanks heaps for your help and expertise.

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Tapirlord wrote:
12 Nov 2021
@Darcy I'm inclined to think this is a Beyeria, but I don't know which species would be in this region, perhaps Beyeria viscosa?? See, https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/78b345bb-0164-4fdb-ab2e-287ce91094a2 and https://canberra.naturemapr.org/sightings/4405129

Beyeria viscosa (TBC)
ruthkerruish wrote:
8 Nov 2021
I have no problem in praising the value of Canberra Nature Map to the environment and to those seeking to improve the environment, eg volunteer groups. As a volunteer in Hughes Garran Woodland we have been lacking the knowledge to identify the many plants in our 8 hectare park, without the help of CNM we would not be where we are today. The other thing that is remarkable about CNM, is the dedication and expertise of the people running it and their very quick responses and comments. I sincerely hope CNM gets the "stars" they are seeking. Ruth Kerruish.

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