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Predatory wrigglers become nectar-feeding mossies!

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    I found this skull washed up on St. Helena Island. What is it?

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    November 2020

    I've been watching these bugs on small gum trees near home for a while. Can you please identify them? There is one which seems to be different from the others and what is the white one?

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    October 2020

    My grandchildren found this little creature amongst the rocks on the headland at Caloundra yesterday. Would it be possible to identify the creature from this video?

    An Indo-Pacific Black-ringed Sea Hare forages in a Sunshine Coast rock pool. Video courtesy of Kevin Price.

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