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Stick-like aquatic predator
Needle bugs ambush fast-moving prey
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We brought our bird cage in from the veranda last night to put Snuggles, our Cockatiel, to bed and found this snake inside it. We were very surprised to find it was already occupied!
We thought it might be a Coastal Taipan!
I found these ants clustered together on my crepe myrtle. What are they and what are they doing? I have tried to identify them but they are not in the “Ants of Brisbane” Queensland Museum Wild Guide. It would be interesting to know, since they look quite spectacular.
This odd ant/spider was scuttling around the office and I am hoping you might be able to shed some light on what it might be.
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