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Bush Blitz Team blog

Spitting Spider on Coringa Islet (S 16o 58’, E 149o54’) Under the Octopus Bushes (Argusia argentia) on Coringa South-west Islet a slow crawling Spitting Spider (Scytodidae) surfaced on the litter.  Spitting Spiders have long gangly legs and six eyes arranged in three groups.  Called a Spitting Spider because of their bizarre prey capture method – […]

Shellie Cashmore

Yarram Secondary College – Yarram, Victoria Yarram Secondary College provides quality learning opportunities for students in years 7-12 in a rural community 220 kilometres east of Melbourne. The township of Yarram has a population of 2,100 and the College has approximately 260 students, catering for students from neighbouring townships. Mrs Cashmore’s Diary Day 1

Keith Martin-Smith

The Hutchins School – Hobart, Tasmania The Hutchins School is an Anglican day and boarding school for boys from pre-kindergarten to Year 12. Established in 1846, Hutchins is one of the oldest continually operating schools in Australia. Dr Martin-Smith’s Diary Day 11 (Wednesday 22 June) 0700: Another radio interview this morning – a bit closer […]