Russell Constable often takes a walk around Coquette Point with Yvonne. Thanks for sharing your experiences Russell so we can all learn more about one of the many special places along the Cassowary Coast.
Here is your soldier crab of course…green eyes are particularly interesting!
Did not get a photo of the little sand bubbler crabs Scopimera inflata but there was no shortage of their activity!
Took a shot of the Fiddler crabs that your cassowaries are eating too. Believe them to be either Lemon fiddler crabs Uca triangularis or maybe even endemic Yellow clawed fiddler crabs Uca perplexa
Ps by the way the littoral skink we saw on the mangrove is Cryptoblepharus litoralis.
Also video of vulnerable Beach Stone Curlews eating soldier crabs at Coquette came out ok too! Will put on You Tube.
Here is Midget next to your gate too