Dozens of these frequent our property. Fast and agile.
Yet another Water Dragon spotted in the back yard. Smaller than the previously observed Dragon. Driven off by the resident Indian Myna's protecting a chick in a nest. Would like to know how to identify as male or female.
Iridescent blue markings on wings.
Left Upper - Nothing
Left Lower - Yellow/Yellow
Right Upper - Red
Right Lower - Metal
Part of the metal band has number 361.
Waiting for the train.
Nesting up in some of the beams over the platforms at Central Station.
Swooping down to drink in-flight.
Two adults and three fluffy chicks walking around in the lilypads.
One of the many local turkeys that frequent our yard.
Another beauty from the back yard
Spotted in back yard Castlecrag
Coco saved this pretty little moth from drowning in the gutter. Kept in insect catcher until dry and then released.
Aggressive, well camouflaged spider on a kumquat tree.
Ants in our garden wall, crushed a few worker ants between fingers to confirm smell. Strong odour (rotten coconut like) with horse radish like effect on sinuses.
Observed by P. Wickham, Guylian Seahorses of the World 2005
Pink flowering lilly pilly