|Sea-green jumping spider (Cosmophasis thalassina).|
As those of you who have followed my Facebook page over the past year may have seen, I have become increasingly interested in insects and spiders.
There are amazing little beings amongst us, living out fascinating secret lives right under our noses, if we only care to look—and I want to go looking, with you!
The location I have chosen for this next Wild BNE meet-up is a beautiful conservation park at the southern end of Bribie Island, known as Buckley’s Hole.
Vegetated dunes, coastal woodland, mangroves and a freshwater wetland play host to a dazzling variety of creatures such as unusual peacock spiders (Maratus anomalus), carnivorous house flies (Lispe sp.) and gorgeous hibiscus harlequin bugs (Tectocoris diophthalmus).
The details are as follows:
Location: Buckley’s Hole Conservation Park, Bongaree.
Date: Sunday 17th February 2019.
|Buckley's Hole Conservation Park, Bongaree.|
If you would like to come along, it is important that you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org first so I can provide you with more information.
Please feel free to also email me with any questions you might have!
Whether your invertebrate interest level is ‘beginner’, ‘expert’ or somewhere in between, I would be delighted to enjoy your company for the afternoon, so get in touch!