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The Rainbow Beach based BioBlitz lured 15 experienced scientists and about 80 keen volunteers to scan the sky and treetops, shake branches and grasses over August 24 to 26 to discover the unknown species of pants animals, birds and fish.  But the issue that has grabbed national and international media attention has been the discovery of a variety of miniscule invertebrates from moths to spiders.  Access the summary report.

Cooloola Citizen Science BioBlitz

The Cooloola Citizen Science BioBlitz has grabbed media attention with a variety of invertebrates
posted onApril 18, 2019
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The Rainbow Beach based BioBlitz lured 15 experienced scientists and about 80 keen volunteers to scan the sky and treetops, shake branches and grasses over August 24 to 26 to discover the unknown species of pants animals, birds and fish.  But the issue that has grabbed national and international media attention has been the discovery of a variety of miniscule invertebrates from moths to spiders.

Access the summary report.

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