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Alexandra Bay State School
1859.36
BioScore
                
    Locality  (2.5x)
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   Greater Region  (5.0x)
Alexandra Bay State School Grounds
42
Identifications
35
Observations
31
Species
11
People (4  active)
From - 2019-09-21

To - 2024-05-30

Observation Score
Species Score
Activity Score
Total vs Locality
30.17 %
32.29 %
91.67 %
Total vs Greater Region
21.34 %
21.99 %
36.67 %
This Year vs Total
54.29 %
61.29 %
36.36 %
Last Two Years vs Total
60.0 %
67.74 %
54.55 %
Top Species
1.
Plantae
3
2.
Argiope keyserlingi Karsch, 1878
2
3.
Kuhlia rupestris (Lacepède, 1802)
2
4.
Adenanthera L.
1
5.
Oecophylla smaragdina (Fabricius, 1775)
1
6.
Sphagneticola trilobata (L.) Pruski
1
7.
Hypolimnas bolina (Linnaeus, 1758)
1
8.
Magnoliopsida
1
9.
Euborellia annulipes (Lucas, 1847)
1
10.
Tabanidae
1
Top Observers
1.
Kai Squires
10
2.
alistair_r_smith
7
3.
sir-duck
5
4.
sir-duck
3
5.
alexandra3
3
6.
danicalockett
2
7.
alexandra3
1
8.
Wolverine
1
9.
tomfeild
1
10.
Oscar Dove
1
Contests In Progress
For observations made between 2024/01/01 and 2024/06/30
Submissions accepted up to 2024/06/30
Embark on a fun, real-world adventure that will open your eyes to our beautiful environment and the world of invasive pests. Get outdoors to capture (with photos!) as many insect, weeds and pest animals as you can. You’ll score points for every verified sighting, with extra points if you can identify what you’ve found. And even more points if you find something rare or interesting.
9
Identifications
7
Observations
7
Species
1
People
For observations made between 2022/01/01 and 2025/06/01
Submissions accepted up to 2025/06/01
Competition for which School has the most biodiversity in their School Grounds
42
Identifications
35
Observations
31
Species
11
People
Recent Observations
Past Contests
For observations made between 2024/04/01 and 2024/04/30
Submissions accepted up to 2024/04/30
Nature is the best classroom, and it's waiting right outside! Embark on a thrilling journey of discovery and competition. From the schoolyard to the park, every species counts. Are you ready to champion your school's team?
0
Identifications
0
Observations
0
Species
0
People