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Images Dated 17th July 2014

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Leafy Seadragon (Phycodurus eques) Featured 17 Jul 2014 Print

Leafy Seadragon (Phycodurus eques)

Leafy seadragon (Phycodurus?eques), approximately 30 cm, swims in rocking horse fashion. From the seahorse family, but tail not prehensile. Found near kelp. Rapid Bay, South Australia

© Mark Spencer/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Actinopterygii, Animal, Aquarium Species, Armour, Armoured, Camouflage, Disguise, Diurnal, Dragon, Endemic To Australia, Fauna, Fish, Imitating, Imitation, Leaf Like, Male Brooder, Male Parental Role, Marine, Mimic, Ovoviviparous, Phycodurus, Sea Dragon, Sea Life, Seaweed, Syngnathidae, Syngnathiformes, Temperate, Underwater, Wildlife

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa) Featured 17 Jul 2014 Print

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa)

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa), in a tributary of Running River, Burdekin River catchment. Gives birth to live tiny versions of itself that can exist in an arrested state under the mother's abdomen for up to six months until rain comes. Adults can live in their metre-deep burrow for six years waiting for rain. Mount Zero-Taravale Wildlife Sanctuary, adjoining the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, North Queensland, Australia

© Wayne Lawler/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Smooth knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus laevissimus) Featured 17 Jul 2014 Print

Smooth knob-tailed gecko (Nephrurus laevissimus)

© Greg Harold/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Animal, Australian, Central Australia, Desert Wildlife, Fauna, Gecko, Gekko, Gekkonidae, High Angle View, Inland Western Australia, Lizard, Nephrurus, Nocturnal, One Animal, Outback, Pale Knob Tail, Pale Knobtail Gecko, Pretty, Red Sand, Reptile, Reptilia, Sand Dunes Habitat, Side View, Spinifex Habitat, Squamata, Tubercules On Tail, Wildlife