Species List

Full Bird Species List for Jarowair Our Patch Coming Soon...


SNAKES:
  1. Red-bellied Black Snake  (Pseudechis porphyriacus)
  2. Eastern Brown Snake  (Pseudonaja textilis)
  3. Spotted Black Snake (Blue-bellied Black Snake) (Pseudechis guttatus)
  4. Yellow-faced Whip Snake  (Demansia psammophis)
  5. Carpentaria Snake (cryptophis boschami) 2013
  6. Small-eyed Snake (Cryptophis nigrescens) March 2015
  7. Pale-headed Snake (Hoplocephalus bitorquatus)
  8. Dwyer's Snake (Parasuta dwyeri) 05/10/14
  9. Bandy Bandy (Vermicella annulata) (2016)
  10. Australian Coral Snake  (Brachyurophis australis) (2010 & 2016)
  11. White Crowned Snake  (Cacophis harriettae) 25/03/13, (24/02/14 - dead juvenile caught in spiderweb in shed)  
  12. Red-naped Snake (Furina diadema) (7/11/2016 at wallaby waterhole)
  13. Spotted Python  (Antaresia maculosa)
  14. Carpet Python  (Morelia spilota mcdowelli)
  15. Green Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata)  (18/02/17)
  16. Robust Blind Snake (Ramphotyphlops ligatus)
  17. Brown-snouted Blind Snake (Ramphotyphlops wiedii) Dec 2013

LIZARDS:
  1. Burton's Snake Lizard  (Lialis burtonis)
  2. Eastern Water Dragon  (Physignathus lesueurii)
  3. Common Bearded Dragon  (Pogona barbata)
  4. Lace Monitor  (Varanus varius)
  5. Gould's or Sand Monitor (Varanus gouldii) (last confirmed sighing November 2010)
  6. Copper-tailed Skink  (Ctenotus taeniolatus)
  7. Eastern-striped Skink  (Ctenotus robustus)
  8. Eastern Ranges Rock-Skink  (Egernia Modesta)
  9. Tree Skink  (Ergenia striolata)
  10. Grass Skink  (Lampropholis guichenoti)
  11. Blue-tongued Skink  (Tiliqua scincoides)
  12. Cunningham's Skink (Ergenia Cunninghami)
  13. Three-clawed Worm Skink aka Verreaux's Skink (Anomalopus verreauxii)

GECKO'S:
  1. Stone Gecko (Diplodactylus vittatus)
  2. Robust Velvet Gecko  (Oedura robusta)
  3. Thick-tailed Gecko (Barking Gecko) (Underwoodisaurus milii)
  4. Bynoe's Gecko (Heteronotia binoei)

FROGS:
  1. Common Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) (Including 1 Blue Spotted Green Tree Frog)
  2. Graceful Treefrog  (aka Dainty Green Tree Frog)  (Litoria gracilenta)
  3. Emerald Spotted Tree Frog (Litoria peronii)
  4. Bleating Treefrog (Litoria dentata)
  5. Eastern Sedge Frog (Litoria Fallax) aka Eastern Dwarf Sedge Frog (22/11/13 photos)
  6. Broad-palmed Rocket Frog (Litoria latopalmata)
  7. Stoney Creek Frog (Litoria wilcoxi) Feb 2014 Photos
  8. Spotted Marsh Frog (Limnodynastes tasmaniensis)
  9. Striped Marshfrog (Limnodynastes peronii)
  10. Salmon Striped Frog (Limnodynastes salmini) Seen May 2011 & 12/12/14
  11. Ornate Burrowing-frog (Opisthodon ornatus)
  12. Scarlet-sided Pobblebonk (Limnodynastes terraereginae) Seen x2 2011, Mating 2012 & 2 x 2013
  13. Large Toadlet or Great Brown Broodfrog (Pseudophryne major.)
  14. Barking or Long-thumbed Frog Limnodynastes fletcheri
  15. Smooth Toadlet or Eastern Gungan (Uperoleia laevigata) 12/12/14

TURTLES:
  1. Eastern Long-necked Turtle (Chelodina longicollis)


MAMMALS:

  1. Koala
  2. Eastern Grey Kangaroo
  3. Red-necked Wallaby
  4. Rufous Bettong
  5. Squirrel Glider
  6. Sugar Glider
  7. Common Brush-tailed Possum
  8. Feather-tailed Glider (28-02-2014)
  9. Northern Brown Bandicoot (Confirmed Sighting 21-02-14)
  10. Yellow-footed Antechinus
  11. Grassland melomys
  12. Common Dunnart
  13. Water Rat
  14. Echidna



DRAGONFLIES & DAMSELFLIES:
DRAGONFLIES:
  1. Wandering Percher (Diplacodes bipunctata)
  2. Scarlet Percher (Diplacodes haematodes)
  3. Blue Skimmer (Orthetrum caledonicum)
  4. Australian Emperor (Hemianax papuensis)
  5. Blue-spotted Hawker (Adversaeschna brevistyla)


DAMSELFLIES:
  1. Eastern Billablong Fly (Eastern Dart) (Austroagrion watsoni)

BUTTERFLIES / MOTHS:

BUTTERFLIES
  1. Orchard Swallowtail  (Papilio aegeus)
  2. Chequered Swallowtail  (Papilio demoleus sthenelus)
  3. Large Grass-Yellow (aka Common Grass Yellow) (Eurema hecabe)
  4. Small Grass-Yellow (Eurema smilax)
  5. Caper White  (Belenois java)
  6. Wanderer (aka Monarch) (Danaus plexippus)
  7. Lesser Wanderer  (Danaus chrysippus)
  8. Common Crow  (Tirumala hamata)
  9. Meadow Argus  (Junonia villida)
  10. Wide-brand Grass Dart (Suniana Sunias) aug 2015 on diosmas. 
  11. Orange Dart (Suniana sunias) 30/12/15
  12. Varied Eggfly Butterfly (Hypolimnas bolina) 2015
  13. Glasswing (Acraea andromacha) 30/12/15
  14. Blue Tiger  (Euploea core)
  15. Yellow-spotted Blue Butterfly (Candalides xanthospilos)  27/09/14
MOTHS:
  1. Eucalypt Cup Moth  (Doratifera vulnerans)
  2. Granny's Cloak Moth  (Speiredonia spectans)
  3. Orange-spotted Moth  ((Ceryx sp)
  4. Four-spotted Cup Moth (Doratifera quadriguttata)
  5. Green Blotched Moth (Cosmodes elegans)
  6. Round-eye Striped Noctuid (Grammodes ocellata)
  7. White-stemmed Gum Moth (Chelepteryx chelepteryx) 5/05/16
BEE'S:
  1. Blue-banded Bee  (Amegilla spp.)
  2. Chequered Cuckoo Bee
  3. European Honeybee
  4. Stingless Native Bees (Trigona carbonaria)
  5. White-banded Bee or Native Sweat Bee Lasioglossum lanarium

TREES:
This is a great link to identify tree's in the Darling Downs: http://bit.ly/1hs3rHL  Thanks to nedlandcare.org.au