Bon Bon Station Reserve SA, 2010

In October 2010 a one-week Bush Blitz biodiversity survey was conducted at Bon Bon Station Reserve, a former sheep station 200 km south of Coober Pedy in South Australia. In total, 631 flora and fauna species were identified, of which 458 were new records for the reserve and 188 putative species new to science were discovered, including 1 gecko (Gekkonidae), 51 bees and wasps (Hymenoptera), 120 morphospecies of moths (Lepidoptera) and 16 jumping plantlice (Psyllidae).

Bon Bon Station Reserve 2010 image gallery

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