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Wikipedia:EasyTimeline
Supercatscan
The great NC debate (again ;-)
FPC closes
Categories
Categories vs Galleries resolution
Category schemes
Location category scheme
Location category scheme, cat.s to be renamed
Naming categories
User templates etc
Tables
Golden ratio
database dumps
user contributions
Commons:Media_for_cleanup
delinker log
TOL
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Photography[edit]

Wellington Photographic Society
Hutt camera club
NZ Camera Clubs

  Camera control software[edit]

Olympus camedia
Control Olympus Digital Cameras
Accessories Guide
Steve's DigiCams
Cam2Com

  Software[edit]

qtpfsgui
gimp

Free media[edit]

Commons:Free_media_resources/Photography
Pandora
Pandora directory

Bug/Plant id[edit]

mushroom
North America

Birds[edit]

Shags
black swans

Insects etc[edit]

Pompilidae

Pepsinae
Name Description Drags Size Wing
x (size, location) Cryptocheilus australis [1]? Front, Head 16.0-22.0mm f, 11.6-18.5mm m deep yellow-orange
x (colour, wing colour) Priocnemis monachus "big black wasp" "large black hunter" [2] Back, 2nd leg 9.0-26.0mm f, 9.6-19.1mm m fuscous
Priocnemis conformis 7.5-19.0mmf, 5.0-14mm m tinited yellow
x (size, wing colour) Priocnemis nitidiventris Push 6.8-12mm f, 4.5-9.0mm m fuscous
x (size, wing colour) Priocnemis ordishi Push 7.0-12.00mm f, 6.0-8.3mm m pale fuscous
x (size, wing colour) Priocnemis carbonarius Back 6.5-9.8mm f, 5.0-7.4mm m pale fuscous
x (wing colour) Priocnemis crawi 5.0-11.0mm f, 2.8-6.2mm m pale fuscous
x (red, shiny, golden propodeum) Sphictostethus nitidus "golden hunter" [3] , [4]? Back, 2nd leg 8.5-22.0mm f, 7.5-15.0 mm m pale yellow-amber
x (no U shape on wings) Sphictostethus calvus 9.0-14.5mm f, 7.0-8.5mm m tinted with amber
x Sphictostethus fugax 8.0-15.0mm f, 6.7-9.6mm m clear
Pompilinae (subfamily), Epipompilini (tribe)
Name Description Drags Size
x (size) Epipompilus insularis 6.0-8.0mm f, 3.5-7.8mm m tinged with yellow
Checklist of NZ flies
Bee/Wasp forum
Flies
NZ Bees
nz fauna
Catepillars
Lycoperdaceae of New Zealand
Lycaena (copper) butterflies
NZ Butterflies
Gorse moth
Emperor Gum Moth
Puriri
NZ Stamps

White Plume Moth Pterophorus pentadactyla, Pterophorus pentadactylus, Aciptilia pentadactyla

Cinnabar moth life cycle
NZ Bumblebee distribution

Red Lycidae beetles (porrostoma rufipennis, Porrostoma rufipenne, Metriorhynchus rufipennis)

Metriorhynchus rufipennis
Lycidae
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Borer beetles

Two-toothed longhorn

Kanuka Longhorn

Plants etc[edit]

Spore Dispersal in Fungi
Descriptions and photos NZ plants
threatened plants
Plants Edible Native

Useful Sites[edit]

Photographers rights
tineye
FaunaNZ series
A History of the Birds of New Zealand. Heteralocha Acutirostris. — (Huia.) - Buller
Tree and Ground Wetas
Toadstools (Agaricales)
NZ Butterflies
Caterpillars
[5]
Species list for NZ
Insect polinator groups NZ

Interesting bits[edit]

en:Jyllands-Posten_Muhammad_cartoons_controversy

Puha/Sow thistle[edit]

Puha, Pūwhā, pūhā, Rauriki Sonchus kirkii leaves non-spiny, powdery looking coating, large. smaller flowers maybe? Wet coastal cliffs[6]
Maori names for Sow thistle

Sonchus asper[edit]

description

Prickly Sow-thistle, Sonchus asper, Leaves glossy above, not greyish-green; looking like thistle leaves. All flowerheads under 30 mm across
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Sonchus arvensis[edit]

Not as common as the other species in NZ

Sonchus oleraceus[edit]

Smooth Sow-thistle, Sonchus oleraceus, Flowerhead diameter c 2 cm when fully open, Stems hairless, Leaves are greyish rather than dark glossy green, Upper leaves are not divided but broad-based triangular[7]
more Sonchus oleraceus pics
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The difference in the two plants lies in that S. oleraceus has leaf auricles which come to an acute point, those of S. aspera are always rounded. The lower leaves of S. oleraceus are nearly always deeply lyrate-pinnatifid. S. oleraceus is a much less stout species also which can be handled easily without injury to the person doing the handling.[8]. character to differentiate Sonchus oleraceus from its close relative S. asper, which has a rounded leaf base[9] [:en:Sonchus_oleraceus wikip]]