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Willis (1962) recorded this material as Spartina maritima, the British parent of S. The only ceremony he claims to have witnessed was held for the pur- pose of appeasing the anger of an evil spirit called Mindi — "Rude images, consisting of one large and two small figures, cut in bark and painted, were set up in a secluded spot; the place was strictly tabooed; the men, and afterwards the women, dressed in boughs, and having each a small wand with a tuft of feathers tied on it, were made to dance in single file, and in a very sinuous course towards the spot, and after going around it several times, to approach the main figure, and touch it reverentially with the wand." While it is not clear to whom this place was tabooed, since both the men and the women were made to attend this ceremony, it is evident that he refers to a sacred place, and while he does not state where it is, we may take it for granted that it was in his territory. Joint ex- cursions were planned with Latrobe Valley F. It is disheartening to realize that 400 acres is still very much smaller than the average area of a grouse shoot in Scotland. After seeing Silverton, the party had lunch at Penrose Park, where lawns, trees and shrubs, with plenty of water laid on, made a splendid recreation area for Broken Hill residents of the future. Stewart, were thanked, and with goodbyes said, the party returned to Mildura Motel. After spending the night at Swan Hill, the road through Bendigo was taken and a lunch stop made in the Sedgewick area. King for her talk, and the illustrations projected by Mr. The president announced that the Annual Meeting was deferred until April. Taylor emphasized the menace of broken glass in the bush and on beaches, and he said that the Herald re- ported that Mr. Mounted kangaroo heads are beiqg sold for decoration. Some shooters protest, they do not know kangaroos are pro- tected in Victoria. Eric Barber, formerly of Horsham, now of Narrawong, the discoverer of the Toolondo fish traps, in the Wimmera (see Vict. 79, 1962), and co- discoverer of a number of painted shelters in the Grampians (see Vict. The first, or most northerly stone wall is 45 feet long, with a 3 feet opening at the centre, where it is 3 feet high. These are more crowded along the branches than those of Gold-dust Wattle. Although widespread in the Whip- stick, shrubs of the Mallee Wattle {A. 85 this wattle is often tall and spindly, sometimes ten feet high, but on open ground the foliage may reach the ground, resulting in a dense dome- shaped shrub. The First Year The inagural meeting of the Club was held on 27th August 1943. A large attendance of Guides and Scouts was reported for the June meeting of 1944. It is evidently not capable of establishing within the mangrove swamp, but its appearance at the mouth of the creek could be a prelude to spread in the western part of Corner Inlet. This designation would also apply to a "singular dance or ceremony", it being a "dance of the separated spirits", which he briefly describes and states that it was brought in from the north-west. I ask, if you have any con- sideration for the club's future and cannot volunteer services — at least be a talent scout and foster enthusiasm. Excursions Last year saw us renewing old friendships and ties with sister clubs in Victoria and other states. The release of the Pesticide Report is one that should concern us par- ticularly with the revelation that pes- ticide in drinking water near Mildura is suspected as the cause of waves of gastric complaints, ref. It was good to see that this year the Fisheries and Wildlife Department saw fit to declare 400 acres along the Woori Yallock Creek a reserve to preserve the habitat of the Helmeted Honey Eater which is found only in Victoria and nowhere else in Austra- lia. The Barrier Club is concerned with the restoration and preservation of some of these. The following day Swan Hill was reached and a visit made to the Folk Museum and old Pad- dle Steamer "Gem". He suggested that members should not buy from such shops. One member said that in a 5,000 mile camping trip only one kangaroo was seen, and that was tied up by the neck. Wanliss advised that any shooting of kangaroos in Victoria should be re- ported to the Fisheries and Wildlife De- partment at once. The valley in the centre was also dry, but it is only 3 feet deep (measuring from the base of the barriers); and this one must have been deemed to be right by the aborigines, since they erected t My companion on this trip was Mr. July, 1968 199 two sets of wing-walls across it, at two of the narrowest points. The phyllodes are almost circular, only occasionally more than quarter of an inch across, hence the name, A. The bright yellow blossoms occur singly or in pairs from the axils on stems longer than the phyllodes. Carbines was to act as a Liason Officer between the Club and the Hawthorn Council. members demonstrating techniques of collecting and preser- ving in various branches of Natural History. Attendance at the first meetings were fluctuating, and efforts were made to encourage the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of the district to attend meetings. Franklin, where there are still some stones arranged in an orderly manner, thus suggesting the work of man and not of nature. Casey, who visited this site during a recent field-day staged by the Daylesford Historical Society. Coach leaves from Flinders Street (near Clark Rubber) at 9.00 a.m. Accommodation for coach party has been booked at the Oriental Guest House, Bright. Cheques to be made payable to Excursion Trust and lodged with Excursion Secretary. Two others which I came across earlier this year were the Ribbed Casemoth and the Lictor or Faggot Casemoth. The coach will leave Batman Avenue at 9.30 a.m., fare

Willis (1962) recorded this material as Spartina maritima, the British parent of S. The only ceremony he claims to have witnessed was held for the pur- pose of appeasing the anger of an evil spirit called Mindi — "Rude images, consisting of one large and two small figures, cut in bark and painted, were set up in a secluded spot; the place was strictly tabooed; the men, and afterwards the women, dressed in boughs, and having each a small wand with a tuft of feathers tied on it, were made to dance in single file, and in a very sinuous course towards the spot, and after going around it several times, to approach the main figure, and touch it reverentially with the wand." While it is not clear to whom this place was tabooed, since both the men and the women were made to attend this ceremony, it is evident that he refers to a sacred place, and while he does not state where it is, we may take it for granted that it was in his territory. Joint ex- cursions were planned with Latrobe Valley F. It is disheartening to realize that 400 acres is still very much smaller than the average area of a grouse shoot in Scotland. After seeing Silverton, the party had lunch at Penrose Park, where lawns, trees and shrubs, with plenty of water laid on, made a splendid recreation area for Broken Hill residents of the future. Stewart, were thanked, and with goodbyes said, the party returned to Mildura Motel. After spending the night at Swan Hill, the road through Bendigo was taken and a lunch stop made in the Sedgewick area. King for her talk, and the illustrations projected by Mr. The president announced that the Annual Meeting was deferred until April. Taylor emphasized the menace of broken glass in the bush and on beaches, and he said that the Herald re- ported that Mr. Mounted kangaroo heads are beiqg sold for decoration. Some shooters protest, they do not know kangaroos are pro- tected in Victoria. Eric Barber, formerly of Horsham, now of Narrawong, the discoverer of the Toolondo fish traps, in the Wimmera (see Vict. 79, 1962), and co- discoverer of a number of painted shelters in the Grampians (see Vict. The first, or most northerly stone wall is 45 feet long, with a 3 feet opening at the centre, where it is 3 feet high. These are more crowded along the branches than those of Gold-dust Wattle. Although widespread in the Whip- stick, shrubs of the Mallee Wattle {A. 85 this wattle is often tall and spindly, sometimes ten feet high, but on open ground the foliage may reach the ground, resulting in a dense dome- shaped shrub. The First Year The inagural meeting of the Club was held on 27th August 1943. A large attendance of Guides and Scouts was reported for the June meeting of 1944. It is evidently not capable of establishing within the mangrove swamp, but its appearance at the mouth of the creek could be a prelude to spread in the western part of Corner Inlet. This designation would also apply to a "singular dance or ceremony", it being a "dance of the separated spirits", which he briefly describes and states that it was brought in from the north-west. I ask, if you have any con- sideration for the club's future and cannot volunteer services — at least be a talent scout and foster enthusiasm. Excursions Last year saw us renewing old friendships and ties with sister clubs in Victoria and other states. The release of the Pesticide Report is one that should concern us par- ticularly with the revelation that pes- ticide in drinking water near Mildura is suspected as the cause of waves of gastric complaints, ref. It was good to see that this year the Fisheries and Wildlife Department saw fit to declare 400 acres along the Woori Yallock Creek a reserve to preserve the habitat of the Helmeted Honey Eater which is found only in Victoria and nowhere else in Austra- lia. The Barrier Club is concerned with the restoration and preservation of some of these. The following day Swan Hill was reached and a visit made to the Folk Museum and old Pad- dle Steamer "Gem". He suggested that members should not buy from such shops. One member said that in a 5,000 mile camping trip only one kangaroo was seen, and that was tied up by the neck. Wanliss advised that any shooting of kangaroos in Victoria should be re- ported to the Fisheries and Wildlife De- partment at once. The valley in the centre was also dry, but it is only 3 feet deep (measuring from the base of the barriers); and this one must have been deemed to be right by the aborigines, since they erected t My companion on this trip was Mr. July, 1968 199 two sets of wing-walls across it, at two of the narrowest points. The phyllodes are almost circular, only occasionally more than quarter of an inch across, hence the name, A. The bright yellow blossoms occur singly or in pairs from the axils on stems longer than the phyllodes. Carbines was to act as a Liason Officer between the Club and the Hawthorn Council. members demonstrating techniques of collecting and preser- ving in various branches of Natural History. Attendance at the first meetings were fluctuating, and efforts were made to encourage the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of the district to attend meetings. Franklin, where there are still some stones arranged in an orderly manner, thus suggesting the work of man and not of nature. Casey, who visited this site during a recent field-day staged by the Daylesford Historical Society. Coach leaves from Flinders Street (near Clark Rubber) at 9.00 a.m. Accommodation for coach party has been booked at the Oriental Guest House, Bright. Cheques to be made payable to Excursion Trust and lodged with Excursion Secretary. Two others which I came across earlier this year were the Ribbed Casemoth and the Lictor or Faggot Casemoth. The coach will leave Batman Avenue at 9.30 a.m., fare $1.50. Accommodation has been booked at Grampians House for those in coach. One small one was disguised among some acorn limpets, which had discoloured to the same greenish-grey colour. The second locality where the cere- mony could have taken place is on the south-west foot of Mt. $34.00; deposit $10.00, balance to be paid by March meeting. This species however is not the only one confined to the Melbourne area. The coach will leave Melbourne on Saturday, 31 August, and remain with party for day trips. Others were buried deep in wet sand, and attempts to examine ihem resulted in their burrowing deeper. Its native name was Lar-ne-barramul, Lar — camp, ne = of the, barramul = emu. Di- vide the solution into three equal parts, each of 240 ml. February, 1968 41 "B", Plain lactophenol: Solution A, 240 ml. "C", Blue lactophenol: Make up a stock solution of 0-5 per cent, cotton blue (powder dye), [1 g. water], warming and stir- ring it until the dye has dissolved. "D", Coppered Lactophenol: This mountant preserves the green colour of algae, mosses, and the like. water, copper acetate 1 g., and copper chloride 1 g.; (or 8 g. No mounting medium has a refractive index as low as that of water, and therefore all material should be examined in temporary water mounts. meeting in the Rechabite Hall, 251 High Street, Preston (north from Bell Street), at 8 p.m. After five or six weeks, the emergent young lower themselves on July, 1968 201 202 Vict. 85 silken threads to the ground, spin for themselves conical cases of silk looking like small dunce's caps, and begin the cycle of events once more. Monday, 5 August — Entomology and Marine Biology Group. Help from any member to collect, mount and classify a collection of Aus- tralian seaweeds, would be greatly ap- preciated. Its total length was 35 feet, but for a distance of 21 feet the roof had fallen in, showing the stream of ants passing to and fro. The Show was officially opened on 16/11/42 by the Mayor of Hawthorn, and remained open for a month. Then came the gold-rush, followed by the making of the stone fences, which spelt the end of these arrange- ments throughout Victoria, with the sole exception, as far as I am aware, of the one at Carisbrook (see Massola, Vict. Franklin, and just around the corner from the stone arrangement. Mix the constituents and warm them in a glass beaker or por- celain basin, stirring with a glass rod until the crystals have dissolved. This is the working medium for all material which does not require staining. Solution "C" is used for colourless material which becomes virtually in- visible in plain lactophenol. Its refrac- tive index is somewhat lower than that of lactophenol, and it therefore shows up fine markings which disappear in lactophenol, such as the finely detailed sculpturing of fungus spores. — enter through private gate at south end of building.) Wednesday, 6 March — Geology Group. (This group meets in the Library of the Fisheries and Wildlife Dept., Flinders Street extension, at 7.45 p.m.) Thursday, 14 March — Botany Group Meeting. The active caterpillar is abroad for about one year, feeding and en- larging the case; and according to Leach in Australian Nature Studies, it is about February that the wingless female casemoth protrudes the end of her abdomen from the lower end of the case, is fertilized by the winged male, and deposits the eggs inside the case. Thursday, 1 August — Mammal Survey Group; meets in Fisheries and Wildlife Dept. Friday, 2 August — Junior Meeting at Rechabite Hall, 251 High Street, Preston, at 8 p.m. Enter through private entrance at south end of house. The seaweeds in particular, were very beautiful; some looking like miniature full-grown eucalypts under the hand glass. A closer inspection revealed it was an ant corridor, made just under the surface of the ground. Ros, 129, 165 Genery, W., 65 Gill, Edmund D., (with K. Mc Kenzie) 64, 161 Goode, John, 263 Gray, Christine E., 196, 347 Hamilton-Smith, E., 292, 294, 358 Hampton, J. It may be argued that Parker stated that the ceremony was held in February, 1968 37 a secluded spot, and that the place now under review was too close to the Station to be secluded. Some of those in Europe are quite small; while those in warmer climates tend to be larger, as is the case of the most common species to be found in Melbourne suburbs. Some were with tentacles, long or short, red or green; some had none, with bodies of red or grey. Later, the following were also asked to take part: — Messrs. Hampton) 184 Galbraith, Jean, 49, 129, 268, 321 Garnet, J. We shall be very glad to hear of any other localities in Vic- toria where Spartina is growing, or where it is known to have been in- troduced in the past. Certainly, fires were lit, but these would hardly leave an impression today, especially since the ground has been cultivated. Actually, this family of Casemoths is large and worldwide; with about twenty species being resident in Aus- tralia. There were about 14 different varieties of seaweed of the smaller species (from 2" to 6" in length), ranging in colour through red, green, brown and black. There were about six varieties of Sea Anemone, varying in size from less than i an inch across to about 3i inches across.

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Willis (1962) recorded this material as Spartina maritima, the British parent of S. The only ceremony he claims to have witnessed was held for the pur- pose of appeasing the anger of an evil spirit called Mindi — "Rude images, consisting of one large and two small figures, cut in bark and painted, were set up in a secluded spot; the place was strictly tabooed; the men, and afterwards the women, dressed in boughs, and having each a small wand with a tuft of feathers tied on it, were made to dance in single file, and in a very sinuous course towards the spot, and after going around it several times, to approach the main figure, and touch it reverentially with the wand." While it is not clear to whom this place was tabooed, since both the men and the women were made to attend this ceremony, it is evident that he refers to a sacred place, and while he does not state where it is, we may take it for granted that it was in his territory. Joint ex- cursions were planned with Latrobe Valley F. It is disheartening to realize that 400 acres is still very much smaller than the average area of a grouse shoot in Scotland. After seeing Silverton, the party had lunch at Penrose Park, where lawns, trees and shrubs, with plenty of water laid on, made a splendid recreation area for Broken Hill residents of the future. Stewart, were thanked, and with goodbyes said, the party returned to Mildura Motel. After spending the night at Swan Hill, the road through Bendigo was taken and a lunch stop made in the Sedgewick area. King for her talk, and the illustrations projected by Mr. The president announced that the Annual Meeting was deferred until April. Taylor emphasized the menace of broken glass in the bush and on beaches, and he said that the Herald re- ported that Mr. Mounted kangaroo heads are beiqg sold for decoration. Some shooters protest, they do not know kangaroos are pro- tected in Victoria. Eric Barber, formerly of Horsham, now of Narrawong, the discoverer of the Toolondo fish traps, in the Wimmera (see Vict. 79, 1962), and co- discoverer of a number of painted shelters in the Grampians (see Vict. The first, or most northerly stone wall is 45 feet long, with a 3 feet opening at the centre, where it is 3 feet high. These are more crowded along the branches than those of Gold-dust Wattle. Although widespread in the Whip- stick, shrubs of the Mallee Wattle {A. 85 this wattle is often tall and spindly, sometimes ten feet high, but on open ground the foliage may reach the ground, resulting in a dense dome- shaped shrub. The First Year The inagural meeting of the Club was held on 27th August 1943. A large attendance of Guides and Scouts was reported for the June meeting of 1944.

It is evidently not capable of establishing within the mangrove swamp, but its appearance at the mouth of the creek could be a prelude to spread in the western part of Corner Inlet. This designation would also apply to a "singular dance or ceremony", it being a "dance of the separated spirits", which he briefly describes and states that it was brought in from the north-west. I ask, if you have any con- sideration for the club's future and cannot volunteer services — at least be a talent scout and foster enthusiasm. Excursions Last year saw us renewing old friendships and ties with sister clubs in Victoria and other states. The release of the Pesticide Report is one that should concern us par- ticularly with the revelation that pes- ticide in drinking water near Mildura is suspected as the cause of waves of gastric complaints, ref. It was good to see that this year the Fisheries and Wildlife Department saw fit to declare 400 acres along the Woori Yallock Creek a reserve to preserve the habitat of the Helmeted Honey Eater which is found only in Victoria and nowhere else in Austra- lia. The Barrier Club is concerned with the restoration and preservation of some of these. The following day Swan Hill was reached and a visit made to the Folk Museum and old Pad- dle Steamer "Gem". He suggested that members should not buy from such shops. One member said that in a 5,000 mile camping trip only one kangaroo was seen, and that was tied up by the neck. Wanliss advised that any shooting of kangaroos in Victoria should be re- ported to the Fisheries and Wildlife De- partment at once. The valley in the centre was also dry, but it is only 3 feet deep (measuring from the base of the barriers); and this one must have been deemed to be right by the aborigines, since they erected t My companion on this trip was Mr. July, 1968 199 two sets of wing-walls across it, at two of the narrowest points. The phyllodes are almost circular, only occasionally more than quarter of an inch across, hence the name, A. The bright yellow blossoms occur singly or in pairs from the axils on stems longer than the phyllodes. Carbines was to act as a Liason Officer between the Club and the Hawthorn Council. members demonstrating techniques of collecting and preser- ving in various branches of Natural History. Attendance at the first meetings were fluctuating, and efforts were made to encourage the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of the district to attend meetings.

Franklin, where there are still some stones arranged in an orderly manner, thus suggesting the work of man and not of nature. Casey, who visited this site during a recent field-day staged by the Daylesford Historical Society. Coach leaves from Flinders Street (near Clark Rubber) at 9.00 a.m. Accommodation for coach party has been booked at the Oriental Guest House, Bright. Cheques to be made payable to Excursion Trust and lodged with Excursion Secretary. Two others which I came across earlier this year were the Ribbed Casemoth and the Lictor or Faggot Casemoth. The coach will leave Batman Avenue at 9.30 a.m., fare $1.50. Accommodation has been booked at Grampians House for those in coach. One small one was disguised among some acorn limpets, which had discoloured to the same greenish-grey colour.

The second locality where the cere- mony could have taken place is on the south-west foot of Mt. $34.00; deposit $10.00, balance to be paid by March meeting. This species however is not the only one confined to the Melbourne area. The coach will leave Melbourne on Saturday, 31 August, and remain with party for day trips. Others were buried deep in wet sand, and attempts to examine ihem resulted in their burrowing deeper.

.50. Accommodation has been booked at Grampians House for those in coach. One small one was disguised among some acorn limpets, which had discoloured to the same greenish-grey colour. The second locality where the cere- mony could have taken place is on the south-west foot of Mt. .00; deposit .00, balance to be paid by March meeting. This species however is not the only one confined to the Melbourne area. The coach will leave Melbourne on Saturday, 31 August, and remain with party for day trips. Others were buried deep in wet sand, and attempts to examine ihem resulted in their burrowing deeper. Its native name was Lar-ne-barramul, Lar — camp, ne = of the, barramul = emu. Di- vide the solution into three equal parts, each of 240 ml. February, 1968 41 "B", Plain lactophenol: Solution A, 240 ml. "C", Blue lactophenol: Make up a stock solution of 0-5 per cent, cotton blue (powder dye), [1 g. water], warming and stir- ring it until the dye has dissolved. "D", Coppered Lactophenol: This mountant preserves the green colour of algae, mosses, and the like. water, copper acetate 1 g., and copper chloride 1 g.; (or 8 g. No mounting medium has a refractive index as low as that of water, and therefore all material should be examined in temporary water mounts. meeting in the Rechabite Hall, 251 High Street, Preston (north from Bell Street), at 8 p.m. After five or six weeks, the emergent young lower themselves on July, 1968 201 202 Vict. 85 silken threads to the ground, spin for themselves conical cases of silk looking like small dunce's caps, and begin the cycle of events once more. Monday, 5 August — Entomology and Marine Biology Group. Help from any member to collect, mount and classify a collection of Aus- tralian seaweeds, would be greatly ap- preciated. Its total length was 35 feet, but for a distance of 21 feet the roof had fallen in, showing the stream of ants passing to and fro. The Show was officially opened on 16/11/42 by the Mayor of Hawthorn, and remained open for a month. Then came the gold-rush, followed by the making of the stone fences, which spelt the end of these arrange- ments throughout Victoria, with the sole exception, as far as I am aware, of the one at Carisbrook (see Massola, Vict. Franklin, and just around the corner from the stone arrangement. Mix the constituents and warm them in a glass beaker or por- celain basin, stirring with a glass rod until the crystals have dissolved. This is the working medium for all material which does not require staining. Solution "C" is used for colourless material which becomes virtually in- visible in plain lactophenol. Its refrac- tive index is somewhat lower than that of lactophenol, and it therefore shows up fine markings which disappear in lactophenol, such as the finely detailed sculpturing of fungus spores. — enter through private gate at south end of building.) Wednesday, 6 March — Geology Group. (This group meets in the Library of the Fisheries and Wildlife Dept., Flinders Street extension, at 7.45 p.m.) Thursday, 14 March — Botany Group Meeting. The active caterpillar is abroad for about one year, feeding and en- larging the case; and according to Leach in Australian Nature Studies, it is about February that the wingless female casemoth protrudes the end of her abdomen from the lower end of the case, is fertilized by the winged male, and deposits the eggs inside the case. Thursday, 1 August — Mammal Survey Group; meets in Fisheries and Wildlife Dept. Friday, 2 August — Junior Meeting at Rechabite Hall, 251 High Street, Preston, at 8 p.m. Enter through private entrance at south end of house. The seaweeds in particular, were very beautiful; some looking like miniature full-grown eucalypts under the hand glass. A closer inspection revealed it was an ant corridor, made just under the surface of the ground. Ros, 129, 165 Genery, W., 65 Gill, Edmund D., (with K. Mc Kenzie) 64, 161 Goode, John, 263 Gray, Christine E., 196, 347 Hamilton-Smith, E., 292, 294, 358 Hampton, J. It may be argued that Parker stated that the ceremony was held in February, 1968 37 a secluded spot, and that the place now under review was too close to the Station to be secluded. Some of those in Europe are quite small; while those in warmer climates tend to be larger, as is the case of the most common species to be found in Melbourne suburbs. Some were with tentacles, long or short, red or green; some had none, with bodies of red or grey. Later, the following were also asked to take part: — Messrs. Hampton) 184 Galbraith, Jean, 49, 129, 268, 321 Garnet, J. We shall be very glad to hear of any other localities in Vic- toria where Spartina is growing, or where it is known to have been in- troduced in the past. Certainly, fires were lit, but these would hardly leave an impression today, especially since the ground has been cultivated. Actually, this family of Casemoths is large and worldwide; with about twenty species being resident in Aus- tralia. There were about 14 different varieties of seaweed of the smaller species (from 2" to 6" in length), ranging in colour through red, green, brown and black. There were about six varieties of Sea Anemone, varying in size from less than i an inch across to about 3i inches across.

(illus.), 197 Franklinford, A Probable Native Stone Arrangement at, (illus.), 33 Gnareeb-Gnareeb Tribe of the Western District, Notes on the, (illus.), 317 Spirit Cave at the Craigs, East of Lake Yambuk (Port Fairy district), (illus.), 132. If this were so, then this would also be the place where the Emu-totem youths would have to camp while undergoing initiation at the nearby stone arrangement. When it is necessary to wash slides, hot water and detergent may be used; this does not remove the last traces of grease. A sound principle in micro- scopy is that the smallest possible covers should always be used because 42 Vict. The writer rarely uses covers more than ¥' in diameter, and f" should be regarded as maximum. In fact I have a feeling that there may be no further developments. 1 — Showing leg movement of larva of Saunders Casemoth. All the famous brands Telephoto, Wide Angle Lenses Close-up Equipment HERBERT SMALL'S 259 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE (Opposite Hotel Australia) HERBERT SMALL'S — AT YOUR SERVICE FOR OVER 100 YEARS July, 1968 203 Victorian Warblers By Roy Wheeler, b.o.c. The lower end of the line just disappeared into the rocky ground only a dozen yards from the dry bed of the river. Robbins With the publishing of this article, being written to cover various parts of who wishes to contribute such material, the possibility arises of similar ones Victoria and other States. Hakea wattle, which grows in Ben- digo's Whipstick area, provides a glorious show which is repeated from year to year during the last week in August and the first week in Septem- ber.

The stones protrude about 7 inches above the soil, and are also embedded to a depth of about 7 inches. Powell, stated that the stone fences surrounding it were erected over 100 years ago. it should not be difficult to find a member who can manipulate glass tubing and will make pipettes for other members.) The preparation of mounting media should also be organized, making use of a member who can weigh and measure the components. Patron: His Excellency Major-General Sir Rohan Delacombe, k.b.e., c.b., d.s.o. In September 1967, when I spent some time in northern parts of Vic- toria near the Murray River, the Lic- tor Casemoth was very common. Day trips will be made in conjunction with the Ararat, Horsham, and Stawell F. Patron: His Excellency Major-General Sir Rohan Delacombe, k.b.e., c.b., d.s.o. Remains of larger shells on the beach suggested the presence of more species than I observed.

This conclusion was also reached by the eminent archaeologist Mr. The arrangement consists of 5 large stones, measuring roughly 15 inches to 18 inches on average in length, and 7 inches to 10 inches in width, placed on a straight line running east and west, evenly spaced over 15 feet. February, 1968 59 Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Established 1880 OBJECTS: To stimulate interest in natural history and to preserve and protect Australian fauna and flora. Some years ago I did find a fourth spe- cies — the Leaf Casemoth; but I have not seen one since. The excursion will cost ,00 I and a deposit of .00 should be paid when booking and the balance by the end of July, all cheques being made out to "Excursion Trust". July, 1968 Field Naturalists Club of Victoria Established 1880 OBJECTS: To stimulate interest in natural history and to preserve and protect Australian fauna and flora. Two kinds of crabs were observed — a transparent pink one about H inches in length, scuttling among the rocks; and a i inch greenish one which moved much faster.

townsendii, obtained from the Tamar estuary in Tasmania. townsendii (s.l.) was es- tablished in the Tamar estuary by the Tasmanian Department of Agriculture in 1947, using material from a South Australian site which came originally from southern England (D. Material from here has been planted in the estuary of Bass River, close to Western Port Bay, where it has spread in spite of grazing, and this in turn was the source of Spartina introduced to Anderson's Inlet, where it has spread rapidly during the past three years (Figure 4). The ceremony obviously was an en- deavour to placate the ire not of Mindi, but of Bunjil, who would then order Mindi to desist from his work of destruction. At Mootwingee which is now fenced and looked after by a ranger, river red gums, callitris, solanums, acacias, cassias, eremophilas and lsotoma petraea in bloom were seen. Merker (Austria) high quality Field Microscope (20x to 200x) folds into case 5-V x 4" x 21". The second wall was probably only erected to trap any fish which might have got through the first. It is, of course, obvious that these traps could only be used when the overflow from Lake Condah reached them, and that they would be useless during the summer months. Extending through the centre and across the northern end of the Whip- stick, the Grey Mulga (A. Usually, it is a dense spreading shrub frequently over eight feet high and flowers during September and October.

The situation has been complicated in recent years by the introduction of undoubtedly vigorous S. This freely- seeding form shows the vigour charac- teristic of the fertile hybrids, and has January, 1968 15 spread rapidly to build a depositional marshland terrace alongside the Tamar estuary near Windermere. It is therefore easy to perceive the identity of the three bark figures, the larger one, which was touched reverently with their wands by the participants, represented Bun- jil, and the other two of his wives, the Koonawarra or Black Swan Sisters. The introduced Mexican poppy (Ar- gemone mexioana) flourished in a spot where even mulga was dying. There is ample evidence of the pass- age of water through the centre gaps, where the stones show distinct signs of water-wear; and most of the stones forming the base of the walls are half- No. The most northerly wall appears to have been the more important since it was erected with greater care; the stones are better fitted, and the funnel is much deeper in plan, the shape and depth of which would ensure that the fish be guided into the bag-net. This wattle is the only Victorian species not protected by law.

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These have colonized naturally by seed or seedling dispersal from the original plantings. Local historians and naturalists have so far only found two localities where this could have taken place. This had been a camping area for Burke and Wills and Sturt. Camps and cooking ovens of this tribal group can still be seen along the east bank of Darlot's Creek, where they stretch from Homerton to the junction with the Fitzroy River; some fine examples of ovens being at a noticeable bend of the creek, about 2 miles north of Tyrendarra. From the fluttering moth at a lighted window, to the spiders in the darkest corner of our garden shed; the wonders of the natural world are numerous — to the careful and patient observer! The flowers are mostly axillary, singly or several together on hairy stems which are sometimes shorter or longer than the phyllodes. Only one tree of this species was observed, and if still alive, must be regarded as the rarest wattle in the Whipstick. The sub-committee held a meeting on Friday, 6th August 1963 at the Hawthorn Library, to complete final arrangements for the formation of the Club.

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