The following factsheets (in pdf format) are extracted from the monthly ANGAIR member newsletter.
Any article or information appearing in these factsheets may be copied to further interest in the conservation of native flora and fauna or in environmental care, provided that the source and contributor(s) are acknowledged.
Swim bladders, buoyancy, respiration and the rise of terrestrial animals
Teeth, jaws and digestion: The evolution of mammals
The Swamp Antechinus - a stressful life
Spot the difference: Black Wattle vs Early Black Wattle
To take or not take, that is the question!
The unique position of monotremes in the evolution of hearing
Seaberry Saltbush and other revegetators
Natural History Collection Recent Acquisitions (Part 2)
Natural History Collection Recent Acquisitions (Part 1)
Galls, Witch Brooms and fascinating things
Frogs of the Coastal Heath and Wetlands
Birds with big bills - Cranes, storks and shorebirds
Egret - bird of the month from September 1997
An inventory of the vascular flora of the Anglesea and Aireys Inlet area
Lost tracks - rare and locally extinct mammals
Endangered marsupials in the Otways
Fellow travellers washed up at high tide
The Southern Rock Lobster, Abalone and Green-warrener Snail
Tracks: Dog v Fox, Cat v Quoll, Deer v Goat
Proteaceae - it's all about pollination
Sea Turtles – the Green, Loggerhead and Leatherback
Plovers and Dotterels, Family Charadriidae
Scorpion flies - the insect that catches a spider
Rhamnaceae - The Family With Some Hidden, Hooded Males
Little Grassbird and Golden-headed Cisticola
Grey Shrike-thrush and Bassian Thrush
Myrtaceae - Do you know this Botanical Family
Vegetation of dunes and cliff tops of Anglesea-Aireys Inlet region
Molluscs of the intertidal zone- Hanging on for dear life
Does Marine Mapping today affect your sense of place?
Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike & White-winged Triller
Three Grasses - Do you know the difference?
Exploring Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary
Of Barnacles and Bassinian land bridges
Fungi - Do you know the difference?
Fungi, Blue-green Algae, Algae, Lichens, Bryophytes, Ferns
Terns - Do you know the difference?
Difference between Currawongs, Magpies and Ravens
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