I enjoy discovering and learning from nature through photography. Capturing aesthetically pleasing images of living beings is probably one of the best ways to bring art and science together. Since 2008 I have been posting photos to my flick photostream.

In 2010, through the same platform, I launched the group Heteroptera from the Iberian Peninsula. Contributed by over 40 photographers, photos in this group have documented thus far the occurrence of 160 heteropteran bug species in 149 different Iberian Peninsula localities. More recently, I have also began the group Heteroptera from Australia. The pool actually holds almost 250 photos that have been contributed by over 20 photographers.

Here are some of my ecology, biodiversity and conservation related albums:

Anura   Anura

Arachnida   Arachnida

Asteraceae   Asteraceae

auchenorrhyncha Auchenorrhyncha

Aves   Aves

bryophytha Bryophyta

Coleoptera   Coleoptera

Diptera   Diptera

ferns Ferns

Flora de Montaña   Flowers

frycinet Freycinet National Park

Fruits   Fruits

Fungi   Fungi

Gall   Galls

Grasslands installation   ‘Grasslands’ installation

Heteroptera   Heteroptera

Hymenoptera   Hymenoptera

Insectivorous plants   Insectivorous plants

Leaves   Leaves

Lepidoptera   Lepidoptera

lichens Lichens

mammalia Mammalia

mantodea Mantodea

mount fileds Mount Field National Park

Murray-Sunset NP   Murray-Sunset National Park

neuroptear Neuroptera

Odonata   Odonata

Orthoptera   Orthoptera

pollinators Pollination

predation Predation

Pollination experiment   Pollination experiment in SE Melbourne

Reptilia   Reptilia

bruny South Bruny National Park

sternorrhyncha Sternorrhyncha

tasmna Tasman National Park

The little things that run the city The little things that run the city

Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park Tjoritja National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

City of Melbourne Urban green spaces in the City of Melbourne

Watarrka Watarrka National Park

Green ant Wildlife Territory Park New!

Wilsons Promontory NP   Wilsons Promontory National Park

Wyperfeld NP   Wyperfeld National Park














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