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BushYeti

Nemesiidae

Nemesiidae from north of grafton

Nemesiidae
BushYeti, Dec 8, 2019
Dave1969, lostbrane and RezonantVoid like this.
    • RezonantVoid
      How far north? Grafton's my stomping ground
    • BushYeti
      @RezonantVoid I know before ur phone broke i was suppose dto be picking some stuff up form you on trip to brisbane lol about 30kms north but all priavte properties & teh one si foudn on i only have access to atm but hoping to be back up taht way soonish.
    • BushYeti
      @RezonantVoid When back upc na let ya know maybe get access next trp i won;t be accessing i'll be closer to coffs
    • RezonantVoid
      @BushYeti if you're looking around closer to Coffs you may pick up Xamiatus Ilarra if you search bushland directly west of it around the Coramba area, as well as M.Bradleyi and H.Macquariensis
    • BushYeti
      @RezonantVoid Thanks sound good no clue where going to search would be mainly comming up to see osmeone i sell to as offered to take me to some sandstone place
    • RezonantVoid
      @BushYeti awesome, let me know how it goes. I've had this spot halfway between Grafton and Minnie Waters Ive meant to check for ages, I'm assuming it's a spring fed river and literally in the middle of dry bushland there's just this full on rainforest patch with a palm tree under-canopy like at Tamborine. I definitely think there's exclusive species there
    • BushYeti
      @RezonantVoid Will do & hah ai know a few places liek that now haha
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