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  1. Hi. I'm hoping that someone on here might be able to identify today's house guest please. :notworthy: I've tried several identification websites and have only managed to narrow it down to 'a snake' :smile:. It was in a built up area 1.5 miles from beach, 40 mins North of Perth. About 50 cm long, although I didn't have a tape measure on me at the time :wink:. Any suggestions?
  2. brideycollette

    Wa snake identification :)

    Here is a WA SNAKE IDENTIFICATION INDEXgreat site with pictures lol Also has :For those living in the Perth region (Geraldton south), Goldfields, Gascoyne, Pilbara and Kimberley you can download Identification Keys too Brides x
  3. Guest

    Plant Identification

    This morning a very unusual plant appeared in my (Sydney, Lower North Shore) garden. It grew overnight to about 5cm long. No leaves just a few stems of what you see in the picture. They just lifted away from the base with almost no force at all. The really interesting thing is that they smell very strongly like "dog poo" Anyone got any idea what they are called either cooloquially or Latin name.