Australasian Fishes Project observations used in Redmap report cards

As many of you know, Redmap the Range Extension and Mapping Project, collects observations of many out-of-range marine organisms. Redmap has just released report cards for Australia, NSW, Tasmania and WA. View them at
The data set behind the report cards included records from Redmap, supplemented by thousands of records from the Australasian Fishes Project and Reef Life Survey (
I thought you might like to know that this is yet another scientific endeavour that has utilized observations uploaded by Australasian Fishes Project members.
Thank you as always for the time and effort you put into the project.
Lähettänyt markmcg markmcg, 9. syyskuuta 2022 06:46


Wow, great data.

Lähettänyt squiresk 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

Thank you @squiresk. All you wonderful citizen scientists are the unsung heroes who provide the data that underpin concrete outcomes like the report cards. :)

Lähettänyt markmcg 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

I love seeing citizen science being used in a practical way! Thanks for sharing!

Lähettänyt lisa_bennett 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

No worries @lisa_bennett. Thank you for your comment. :)

Lähettänyt markmcg 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

It is great data , my only contribution to this is regarding Coral Trout. I have seen a couple taken physically in Sydney and this may be caused by the practice of Tsethar . These are readily available in the live fish trade. I maybe completely wrong but it's worth consideration.
Also I have taken a large Notolabrus tetricus at North Head (Sydney) also observing one at Kurnell. The above maybe relevant in these cases to.
Just my thoughts.

Lähettänyt rick-ludd 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

Thank you for your thoughts @rick-ludd. I agree with you that Tsethar is responsible for a number of strange sightings. I recall Barramundi being netted live from Sydney Harbour.

Lähettänyt markmcg 3 kuukautta sitten (Lippu)

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