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17th century Dutch explorers help the Atlas reach a major milestone -- 30 million records
Date:4/4/2012

p of species that have been found in your local area and photos of most of them.

"Local and traditional knowledge is invaluable for tracking where Australian animals and plants are distributed across the country. Even if a plant or animal is common in your area, it may never have been officially recorded there, only because no-one has conducted a technical survey of what's there. If the species list is incomplete, it only takes a few minutes to add your own sightings and photos of Australian species." said Dr John La Salle.


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Contact: Lynne Sealie
Lynne.Sealie@csiro.au
61-262-465-901
CSIRO Australia
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