Some Australian Mini-beasts

To see Culvers House post on their visit to Sutton Ecology Centre...

University Of Pisa trip to Sutton Ecology Centre

Culvers House went on a mini beast hunt at Sutton Ecology Centre. I wanted to share some photos of the mini beasts I have photographed in my region of Australia.

Spiders

 

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Sea Creatures

soldier crab

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 Sea urchin

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 Blue bottle jellyfish

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Butterflies

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Dragonflies

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Lizards

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Bees

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Beetles

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Ants

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Grasshoppers

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2 thoughts on “Some Australian Mini-beasts

  1. Eevie

    Dear Ross,

    I find a lot of these animals very interesting . A lot of them look pretty and others look a little bit weird . I have some questions: Did you go and photograph these animals?
    Dose the last spider have 4 legs? It looks like it dose!

    I have never seen a lot of these animals before!

    Keep in touch,
    Eevie

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  2. rossmannell

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    Hello Eevie,

    All of the photos are from my photo library and were taken by me. If you see the message, “Schools and students have permission to use this graphic for non-commercial, educational purposes.” under a photo, I have taken it and give permission to schools and students to use it for educational uses. I like to share what I do.

    I have nearly 49,000 photos in my iPhoto account. Most were taken by me. Photography has been a hobby of mine since I was your age. At this time, I am scanning old 35mm slides and negatives onto my computer so, before the end of the year, there will be over 50,000 photos.

    The last spider has eight legs. What appears to be four legs is really eight. That type of spider keeps its legs in pairs when resting or waiting to capture insects. 🙂

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