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Dec 6

December 6, 2017

Congolli (Pseudaphritis urvillii) discovered in five freshwater rivers across Kangaroo Island

Environment Minister Ian Hunter issued a Press Release on 5th December 2017 concerning the recent discovery of 27 congolli in 5 rivers on KI. It announced that a fish species known as congolli had been discovered in freshwater rivers across Kangaroo Island for the first time. The presence of congolli on Kangaroo Island suggests that the island’s rivers are providing... Read more

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Oct 10

October 10, 2017

The small congolli that I found ‘belly up’ at Myponga Beach

I recently collected a small congolli that I found effectively ‘belly up’. The small congolli effectively ‘belly up’ (Taken by David Muirhead) Actually, it was lying on its side, on the shallow bottom towards one sandy rubbly bank of the moderately briskly outflowing but very narrow rivulet. The small congolli lying on its side, on the shallow bottom  (Taken by David Muirhead) The rivulet,... Read more

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Dec 20

December 20, 2014

Ewens Ponds Conservation Park 2013 Tim Koch

Exploring Ewens Ponds Conservation Park underwater

Ewens Ponds is a somewhat little-known secret in regards to fresh-water diving and snorkeling in South Australia. Situated about half an hour south of Mount Gambier, it is fairly easily accessed via unsealed roads (once you have hired a wetsuit at the local Deli in my case). It consists of a series of three limewater spring-fueled ponds of around ten metres... Read more

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