Penrose State Forest

10 February 2014

Overcast and cool in the morning so I noticed little in the way of invertebrates until the afternoon when the sun appeared for several hours. There were many leaf-curling spiders Phonognatha graeffei about but they are notoriously hard to photograph during the day when they mostly keep to their sheltered home.

Name↑DateSize
image/jpegant Myrmecia sp Penrose140210-4537.jpg i10-Feb-2014 19:03 136 KB 1024×720
image/jpegdamselfly Griseargiolestes griseus ♀ Penrose140210-4525.jpg i10-Feb-2014 16:30  75 KB 960×720
image/jpegdamselfly Griseargiolestes griseus ♂ Penrose140210-4455.jpg i10-Feb-2014 08:13  56.2 KB 880×720
image/jpegfly Penrose140210-4487.jpg i10-Feb-2014 14:31  73.3 KB 720×560
image/jpeglacewing Penrose140210-4550.jpg i10-Feb-2014 21:18  50.3 KB 880×640
image/jpegorchid Cryptostylis leptochila Penrose140210-4532.jpg i10-Feb-2014 17:20  43.8 KB 720×640
image/jpegscene Penrose140210-4466.jpg i10-Feb-2014 08:54 111 KB 720×480
image/jpegscene Penrose140210-4472.jpg i10-Feb-2014 09:12 109 KB 720×480
image/jpegspider Phonognatha graeffei Penrose140210-4542.jpg i10-Feb-2014 21:01  56.3 KB 1024×720
image/jpegspider Phonognatha graeffei Penrose140210-4544.jpg i10-Feb-2014 21:06  70.5 KB 960×640

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