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Some species of Marine life living on the Victorian Coastline?

I need atleast 4 different plants and animals living on the beach and in the ocean around the victorian coastline in Australia.

Branching Coralline
Bull Kelp
Cactus Algae (aka. Bubble Algae)
Cladophora rugulosa
Common Kelp
Complex Branching Algae
Cray Weed
Curved Branch Caulerpa
Eel Grass
Encrusting Coralline
Fern Weed
Fishermens Fingers
Flat Lobed Cystophora
Flattened Cystophora
Green Filamentous
Liagora harveyana
Long Eelgrass
Metagoniolithon chara
Peyssonnelia capensis
Pine Caulerpa
Plocamium cartilagineum
Red Fleshy
Round Stem Algae
Sea Apple
Sea Lettuce
Sea Nymph
Sea Velvet
Southern Strapweed
String Kelp
Swan Grass
Turfing Brown
Turfing Red
Unbranched Cylindrical Algae
Undaria Kelp
Zig Zag Cystophora

Banded Morwong
Banded Sea Perch
Barber Perch
Bass Strait Flounder
Bastard Trumpeter
Bearded Rock Cod
Black Reef Leatherjacket
Blue-lined Goatfish
Blue - Throated Wrasse
Blue Weed Whiting (aka Blue Rock Whiting)
Bridled Leatherjacket
Butterfly Perch
Common Bullseye
Common Seadragon (aka. Weedy Seadragon)
Common Stargazer
Common Weedfish
Draughtboard Shark
Dusky Morwong
East Australian Salmon
Eastern Blue Groper
Eastern Hulafish
Eastern Kelpfish (aka. Kelpfish)
Eastern Shovelnose Stingaree
Fanbelly Leatherjacket
Grassy Flathead
Greenback Flounder
Green Moray Eel
Gunns Leatherjacket
Harlequin fish
Herring Cale
Horseshoe Leatherjacket
Jackass Morwong
Jack Mackerel
King George Whiting
Little Rock Whiting
Little Siphon Fish
Longfin Pike
Long-snouted Boarfish
Magpie Perch (aka. Magpie Morwong)
Maori Wrasse
Marblefish (aka. Southern Sea Carp)
Melbourne Skate
Mosaic Leatherjacket
Old Wife
One-spot Puller
Ornate Cowfish
Oyster Blenny
Port Jackson Shark
Potbelly Seahorse (aka. Big Bellied Seahorse)
Pygmy Leatherjacket
Queen Morwong
Rainbow Cale
Red Morwong
Red Velvetfish
Ringed Toadfish
Rock Blackfish
Rock Ling
Rosy Wrasse
Rough Leatherjacket
Saddled Wrasse
Sea Sweep
Senator Wrasse
Sergeant Baker
Shaws cowfish
Shorthead Seahorse
Silver Drummer
Silver Sweep
Silver Trevally
Six Spined Leatherjacket
Smooth Stingray (aka.Black Stingray)
Smooth Toadfish
Snakeskin Wrasse
Soldier (aka. Cobbler)
Southern Banded Wobbegong) (aka.Spotted Wobbegong)
Southern Blue Devil (aka. Blue Devil)
Southern Cardinal Fish (aka. Southern Gobbleguts)
Southern Conger Eel
Southern Coralfish
Southern Eagle Ray
Southern Fidler Ray (aka. Banjo Ray)
Southern Hulafish
Southern Sane Flathead (aka.Sand Flathead)
Sparsely-Spotted Stingaree
Spiny Gurnard
Spotted Stingaree
Tasmanian Blenny
Tasselled Anglerfish
Toothbrush Leatherjacket
Varied Carpet Shark (aka. Varied Catshark)
Warty Prowfish
Western Blue Groper
White Ear
Whitleys Scorpion Fish
Yelloweye Mullet
Yellow-striped Leatherjacket
Zebra fish

Aglaophenia parvula
Australian Hinge-back shrimp
Australian Pleuroploca
Balmain bug
Banded Brittle Star
Biscuit Sea Star (aka. Lesser Biscuit Star)
Blacklip Abalone
Black Sea Urchin
Blue Grape Sea Squirt
Blue-ringed Octopus
Brain Sea Squirt
Bright Granulated Sea Star(Concave-plate Sea Star)
Comb jellies
Common Hermit Crab (aka. Smooth Hermit Crab)
Common Sea Urchin
Common Shore Crab
Conical Thalotia
Decorator Crab
Doughboy Scallop
Elephant Snail
Eleven Armed Sea Star
Featherduster Worm
Giant Cuttlefish
Giant Spider Crab
Golfball Sponge
Gorgonian Fan Coral
Greater Biscuit Star
Green Echiuran
Greenlip Abablone
Hairy Hermit Crab
Keeled Octopus
Knobby Sea Star
Lace Coral
Lions Mane Jellyfish
Maori Octopus
Mosaic Sea Star
Ocellate Sea Star
Orange and White Striped Anenome (Striped Anemone)
Orange Feather Star
Orange Wandering
Paper Nautilus
Pheasant Snail
Purple sea star
Ralpharia magnifica
Razor Clam
Red Bait Crab
Red Handed Rockpool shrimp
Red Swimmer Crab
Red-throat Sea Squirt
Rose Sponge
Sand Crab
Sand Octopus
Scallop (aka. Commercial Scallop)
Sea Blubber
Sea Hare
Sea Tulip
Sea Whips
Short-tailed Nudibranch(aka.Short-tailed Seaslug)
Soft Bryozoan
Soft Sea Cucumber
Southern Basket Star
Southern Calamari Squid
Southern Dumpling Squid
Southern Pygmy Squid
Southern Rock Lobster
Stony Coral
Stridulating Hermit Crab
Sweet Ceratosoma
Thorny Urchin
Tulip Shell
Two-tone Swimmer Crab
Variable Sea Star
Velvet Sea Star
Vercos Nudibranch (aka. Blue-yellow Sea Slug)
Vermillion Sea Star
Wavy Turbo
Yellow Sea Spider
Yellow Zoanthid


The kilt is a skirt with pleats at the knees at the back, from the traditional dress of men and boys in the Highlands Scottish 16th century. Since the 19th century has been associated with the wider culture of Scotland in general, or Celtic (especially Gaelic) heritage elsewhere. It is as often woolen cloth shaped tartan. Layer Hooded Although Scottish kilt most often focused on formal occasions or at Highland games and sporting events has also been adapted as an article of casual men's fashion in recent years. The Scottish kilt displays uniqueness of design, construction, and the convention which differentiate other garments to match the general description. It is like a garment around the wearer's body at the natural waist (between the last rib and hip) on one side (usually the user left), around the front and rear and the front again to the opposite side. The fastening straps and buckles on both ends, the strap on the inside end usually passing through an opening in the waist and leaned on the outside, otherwise can remain in size and be in the loop. The skirt covers the body from the waist to down just above the knees. The overlapping layers in front are called "platforms" and are flat, only one layer of fabric around the sides and back bends. A kilt pin is attached to the platform in the corner before free (but not transmitted through the layer below.) Underwear may or may not not be used, the user prefers: in some circumstances, the underwear is prohibited by military regulations, but it is generally necessary, or at least recommended, for activities as dancing. The organizations that sanction and grade the competitions in Highland dancing and all rules bagpiping governing acceptable clothing for competitors. These standards specify that the skirt should be used (except that in the national dances, competitors will be women with Aboyne dress) The story of the skirt extends at least from late 16th century Scotland. However, the nationalism of that tradition is relatively recently. Only with the revival of the early 19th century it has been approved by the skirt Lowlanders Highland Scots and the diaspora as a symbol of national identity. People in other countries with Celtic Connections, some Irish, Cornish, Welsh and the Isle of Man, have also Tartan kilts adopted recently, but to a lesser degree. The kilt became apparent that the large skirt, a garment whose upper half could be long used as a cloak draped over the shoulder or worn on the head like a cloak. The kilt kilt small step (similar to 'modern' kilt) does not develop until the late 17th or early 18th century, and is essentially the bottom half of the big skirt. As is usually the skirt to modern Highland games events is twill woven worsted wool. The twill kilt is used for a type 2-2, which means that each weft yarn passes over and under two warp son at a time. The result is a distinctive diagonal weave in the fabric line called Serge. This type of twill When woven in a pattern color, or parameters (see below), is called tartan. In contrast, the Irish kilt traditionally from fabric color united with saffron or green is the color most used. [1] are the weights of fabric Kilting expressed in ounces per yard and run the heavy regiment of about wool 18? 2 oz in a light wool about 10? 1 oz weight kilts most common are 13 oz and 16 oz heavier weights are more appropriate for climates cold, while the lightweights tend to be selected for warmer weather or for active use, such as Highland dancing. Some models are available in only a few pesos. A modern kilt for a typical adult uses about 6? simple meters wide (about 26? 0 inches) or a 3? Dual meters wide (approximately 54?? 0 inches plaid). Double width fabric is woven so that the model corresponds exactly to the edge. The skirt is usually without hem because a hem would make the garment too bulky and to hang properly. The exact amount of fabric needed depends on several factors including the size of adjustments the number of pleats put into the garment, and the size of the individual. For a full skirt, 8 yards of fabric is used regardless the size and number of folds deep folds and is adjusted for size. For a large size may be necessary to use 9 yards of fabric. One of the most distinctive features authentic Scottish kilt is the tartan, or settings, exposures. The association of certain models clans and families can trace may one or two centuries. It was not until the Victorian era (19th century) that the system name tartans we know today began be systematically recorded and formalized, mostly by weaving companies for commercial purposes. At this stage, Highland tartans held associations regional rather than being identified with any clan. Today, there are also tartans for districts, counties, businesses and corporations. There are also blocks for States and Provinces, schools and universities, sporting events, individuals, and commemorative and simple diagrams generic that everyone can use. View History kilt for the process by which these associations has emerged. Setts are always arranged horizontally and vertically, never diagonally (except when they are tailored skirts of ladies). They are specified by their leaders over the sequence of colors and their units width. For example, the Wallace tartan has a thread count given as "K / 4 R32 K32 S / 4" (K is black, R is red, and Y is yellow). This means that the 4 pieces of black thread will be replaced by 32 units red, etc., in both the warp and weft. In general, units are the number real son, but as the proportions are kept, the resulting model be the same. This thread also includes a pivot point indicated by a bar obliquely between the color and the number of threads. The weaver is supposed to reverse the order of fabric from design to create a mirror image configuration. This is This is called a symmetrical tartan. Some tartans, like Buchanan, are asymmetrical, which means they have a point of rotation. The weaver weaves the sequence throughout and then start again at the beginning of the next settings. Pavers are characterized by their size, number of inches (or centimeters) on a full rehearsal. The size of a frame depends not only on the number of threads in the repetition, but also the fabric. This is because more fabric, the yarn is thicker, and therefore the same number of son of a heavier fabric will occupy more space. The colors are specified in the wire in heraldry, although tartan patterns are not heraldic. The exact tone you use is a matter of artistic freedom and range of weaving factory to another, and as in many other colors in the same factory. Tartans are commercially woven in four standard colors describing the overall tone. "Old" or "old" colors can be characterized by a slightly faded look intended to resemble the vegetable dyes were used once, although some "old" simply identifies a trap that was in use before the current. Old green and blues are lighter while reds appear orange. "Modern" colors are bright and modern methods show aniline dyed. The colors dark green, bright red, blue and dark blue in general. "Weathered" or "Reproduction" colors simulate the appearance of more scar tissue. Turn green to light brown, blues become gray and burgundy reds are deeper. The last color variation is "silent", which tends toward earth tones. The greens are olive, blues, gray and red is a better Burgundy. This means that the approximately 7,000 registered tartans available there are four possible colors for each, resulting in nearly 30,000 tartans. Setts are registered with the Scottish Tartan Authority manages a collection of samples tissue characterized by their name and number of threads. In total there are approximately 5000 registered tartans. [Edit] Although many tartans are added every year most models available today filed were created in the 19th century by commercial weavers who had a variety of colors work. The rise of Romanticism and altiplano culture growing Scottish Anglicized by the Victorian era in time led to the registration names of the clans tartans. Before that, most of these models were more related to geographical regions that no clan. There is nothing symbolic colors, and nothing on the diagram reflects the situation of the user. Despite the poor quality kilts can be obtained in standard sizes, a skirt is suitable for quality individual proportions of the user. At least three measurements, waist, hips, and length of the kilt, are usually required. Sometimes the rise (distance above the waist) or fall (distance from the size of the widest part of hips) is also required. A kilt well done when the holes belts belt tightening should not be so loose that the user can turn the skirt around the body, it should not be so strong that causes "scallops" of tissue in which it is attached. In addition, length of the skirt when the closure to the size expected to reach a point at least half through the kneecap and no more than an inch above. A pleated skirt can be either with box pleats or knife. A folding knife is a simple trick, while the pleat is bulkier, consisting of two knife pleats back-to-back. "knife folds are most common in modern civilian kilts. Regimental Traditions vary. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders use box pleats, while the Black Guard make their kilts in the same knife pleats. These traditions have also been adopted to affiliated regiments in the Community, and they occurred in successor battalions of the regiments of the merger of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. The folds can be held regarding the model of two ways. By bending the line, a vertical stripe is selected and the fabric is folded so that this band is exhausted the center of each fold. The result is that along the back and sides of the kilt horizontal stripes appear to be different from the trailing edge. This is often called military pleating because it is the style adopted by many military regiments. It is also widely used by pipe bands. In Config folding the fabric is folded so that the model parameters are repeated throughout the skirt (especially in the belt). This implies take full settings in each fold, or blocks if they are small. This causes the kilt to look the same on the front and rear. Every fold is characterized by the depth and width. The part of the fold that protrudes into the fold that covers the size or width. The width of the folds is chosen according sets the size and quantity of materials to be used in constructing the kilt, and generally vary from about 1 / 2 "to about 3 / 4 ". The depth of the groove is the part that bends in the fold lines. Only depends on the size of the tiles, even when the parameters of the folded strip, The parameters such as separation lines. The number of plies in the manufacture of the kilt depends on the amount of material to be used in the construction of the garment and the size of the SEC. The folds fell into the hole a little of the user's waist is narrower than the hips and the pleats are usually sewn by machine or by hand or. As the skirt is made of wool, not only must be cleaned in the washing machine with other clothing. Although the fabric is pre-shrunk, a washing machine would spoil the pleated skirt and the need when pressed. But There are two main methods by which it may be a wash cloth: dry cleaning and washing hands with cold water or warm. Recommendations Experts differ in the best of both methods. Tewksbury and Stuehmeyer in the art of Kiltmaking, advise strongly against having the garment dry, declaring that "dry cleaning leaves a subtle residue on the side" and therefore "will soil more easily after cleaning dry ", but Matthew Newsome, Curator of the Scottish Tartans Museum in North Carolina (USA), states that" it is best to dry clean " the kilt, the kilt, feeling that no direct contact with the skin for a long period and therefore the ground is not easy. Between uses, the skirt must first release, then hung in a closet. One way to hang the kilt is to use a stand with skirt clips. The kilt is first folded twice in half along the waist line. Then, the suspension of the skirt is used to strengthen the top of the skirt before he was hanged in the closet. If the butterflies are a problem, it can be hung with a cedar cache or strips of cedar wood. Sometimes creases may need to be pressed again and requires care. The authors of The Art of Kiltmaking informed that tenders must be washed before pressing down with order to keep the pleats as straight as possible down the hill at the bottom of the skirt, thus preserving the appearance parameters when the kilt is past. most Scots today regarding evening dress or a skirt in national costume of ceremony. Although there are still people who wear the kilt is usually a day purchased or leased for use at weddings or other formal occasions, the same way as top hat and tails are in England or America tuxedos and can be used by anyone regardless of nationality or origin. For formal wear, the kilt is usually used with a Prince Charlie or Argyll jacket. (The commercial vendors have been equivalent to a particular theme jackets Irish and Welsh.) The skirt is also used for parades by groups such as Scouts, and in many places, the skirt is in force in the Highland Games and Pipe Championships band in addition to being used in traditional Scottish dances and ceilidhs. Some regiments and units of British Army and armies other Commonwealth countries (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa) continue to wear the kilt as part of the dress or uniform of service, but not used in combat since 1940. Uniforms in which the foot is especially ceremonial dress Service Dress and Barracks. The kilt is considered appropriate for ceremonial parades, office work, less formal parades, outings, mess dinners, and classroom instruction / band practice. kilts ceremony have also been developed for the U.S. Marine Corps, and bands of bagpipes and drums of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Air Force. In recent years, the kilt has become increasingly common in Scotland and the world for casual wear, for example, with the Jacobite shirt. It is not uncommon to see the kilt worn in Irish pubs in the United States, and becomes a little less rare to see them at work. [4] The use of casual skirt with lace boots and moccasins and shirts or golf shirts, is becoming increasingly familiar with the Highland Games. The skirt is associated with a sense of national pride in Scotland, and is often worn to be, with the top-level football, when members of the Tartan Army are watching a game of rugby or football. The small ornamental dagger sgian Dubh is often omitted in the security issues are of paramount importance (for example, are not permitted for commercial aircraft). For the same reasons, traditional sgian Dubh is sometimes replaced by an alternative to wood or plastic, because its use is now largely ornamental (with only the display hold on the top of the pipe.) Although the origins of the Irish kilt is still a subject of debate, current data suggest that the skirt originated in Highlands and Islands and has been adopted by Irish nationalists in the late 20th century as a symbol of Celtic identity. [5] A garment which has often been confused with the kilt in the early Irish representations croich Lein is a traditional long dress woven solid color, with black, saffron and green is the color most used. Irish colored skirts first adopted for use by Irish regiments serving in the army British, but he was often late 19th Century Pictures and early 20th in Ireland in particular in the political and musical events such as the kilt was adopted as a symbol of nationalism and Gaelic in Ireland during this period. [6] Tweed kilts not uncommon in Scotland and Ireland and has been popular with sportsmen, fishermen and hunters. Many Irish "County" tartans were designed by Polly Wittering, first in 1996 by the House of Edgar, of Perth in Scotland. Marton Mills in West Yorkshire product of a competing "Irish County Crest Collection" based on the colors of the arms of Irish county, which tartans that are considered aesthetically questionable by many traditionalists. There is also a number of "Irish District" tartans most of which are recent creations Lochcarron of Scotland. The Ulster tartan is one of the most oldest registered Irish tartans. It was found by a farmer, WG Dixon, in County Londonderry, in 1956, is made clothes from the design. The Belfast Museum and Art Gallery of material from 1590 to 1650. Its exact origin is unknown, but probably from one Pioneers of Scotland at the beginning of the planting period in which the Ulster Scots for the first time in large numbers to Ulster. Other Generic Irish tartans including the Irish, St. Patrick, Tara, and Clodagh. Some Irish family tartans have emerged in In recent years, although those few are currently being created. O'Brien, Sullivan, Murphy, Fitzpatrick, and Forde are fairly common examples of Irish tartans family. Today Ireland looks still pagne many great Scots, and the current crop of county and district tartans is well known in Ireland and indeed difficult to obtain, have been designed and marketed primarily for the Irish-American. As designed and manufactured Ireland itself is doubtful that they can be strictly described as Irish. In the book District Tartans by Gordon Teall of Teallach and Philip Smith D Jr (ISBN 0 85683 085 2) only three tartans are identified as being clearly Irish, who are of Ulster, Tara, and Clodagh. As mentioned earlier Ulster tartan comes from the world 1590-1650 and is probably of Scottish origin. [7] Tara was observed near 1880 and was originally Murphy. The Clodagh has an earliest date of 1971, with the uncertainty about the original design or the first appearance. Each day is almost kilt never been found. In the world of Irish dance skirt of the child has been largely abandoned, especially as the popularity of Riverdance World revival and interest in Irish dancing generally. There are exceptions to these trends in Ireland. A dynamic scene Pipe Ireland means that Kilted many groups throughout Ireland, particularly in the north of the appointment [edit island]. Most of these groups wear tartan skirts, skirt solid saffron be almost exclusively a pipe band of the Defence Forces of the Republic and the Irish regiments the British army. Although not a traditional national costume outside of Scotland, the kilt has recently become popular in other Celtic nations as a sign of Celtic identity. [8] kilts and tartans can therefore also be seen in Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Brittany, the region of Tras-os-Montes in northern Portugal and Galicia in Spain and parts of England, particularly in the Northeast. Today, Welsh nationalism on the rise and a resurgence of Welsh national pride, kilts (Wales: Quote CILT) [edit]. While overall these days is that formal marriages, there was an increase in the number of people wearing their kilt to a football or rugby shirt paired with a subpoena instead of a formal jacket [Required]. The St David's Tartan or brithwe Dewi Sant is one of family tartans tartans most popular in Wales, but none are in production, despite the absence of evidence that the Welsh (or any other Celtic nation for that matter) traditionally used tartan to identify families. Williams, Jones, Thomas, Evans and Davies are among the most popular tartans and common names in Wales. The Welsh National tartan was designed by DM Richards in 1967 to demonstrate the relationship of Wales with the Celtic world over. Their colors (green, red and white) are the national colors of Wales. It are 12 tartans in Britain Breton Nacional (National Breton), Brittany Walks, tartans and bring the country up to 9 for traditional Great Britain: Kerne, Leon, Tregor, Gwen, Dol, St Malo, Rennes, Nantes, St Brieuc. All Breton tartans are officially registered in Scotland. Contemporary kilts (also known as the kilt modern) have appeared on the market for clothing in Scotland [10], the United States and Canada in a wide range of tissues, including the leather, denim, velvet and cotton. [11] can be designed to dress formal or informal practice of sports or recreational clothing Work outdoors or in white collar or blue. Some are modeled on traditional kilts, but others will be similar knee skirts for men. They may of pleats, folds symmetrical knife or not at all the folds, and closed by snaps or Velcro instead of buckles. Many are designed to be used without Sporran, and may have pockets or tool belts attached. Kilts are sometimes called by fans for daily use such as clothing, cups A Man bifurcated ", Although strictly this term also includes other items such as sarongs that are considered viable alternatives to the pants (Forked clothing). In 2008, a letter carrier USPS, Dean Peterson, made the formal proposal that the skirt, like the clothing of a man Unbifurcated be recognized as a postal uniform acceptable for reasons of convenience. The proposal was rejected by the Convention of the Association of 220,000 members of the Letter national carriers. About the Author

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