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Bushmoot 2013 - Coastal Forage

Discussion in 'BushMoot - the big get together' started by Emdiesse, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Emdiesse

    Emdiesse Settler

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    A recap of some of the coastal life we saw and learned about courtesy of Fraser on this years Bushmoot.


    Prawns - Clinging upside down under rocks, with a net and no sharp movements you can catch them.
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    Lobster - They are in little caves under the rocks. If your quiet, motionless and patient (A little hard for a huge group!)
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    Crabs


    Limpets
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    Periwinkles
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    Sea Lettuce - Not the best example - it's the green weed!
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    Gutweed
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    Dolce


    Larva
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    Bladder Wrack
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    Serrated Wrack
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  2. Earthgirl

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    Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed these :)
     
  3. MartinK9

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    Great pics.:)
     
  4. TinkyPete

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    great pics looks like fun :)
     
  5. TurboGirl

    TurboGirl Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Thats a huge help to have the names and pics to ident by, thank you, Emdiesse!
     
  6. Emdiesse

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    Cheers All :). It's a thanks to Fraser since I didn't know the names before his walks; I just hope I have remembered them correctly.
     

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