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Rob McLean Gallery

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Photographs by Robert McLean

Choose from 471 pictures in our Rob McLean collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


Boyds forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii) Featured Rob McLean Print

Boyds forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii)

Boyd's forest dragon (Lophosaurus boydii) portrait of a living fossil, relic from the Jurassic that regulates its own temperature by equalling that of its surrounding vegetation. It is about 15 cm long plus a tail twice as long. Lake Eacham, Crater Lakes National Park, Queensland, Australia

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Agama, Agamid, Agamidae, Ambush Predator, Animal, Animals, Arboreal, Australian, Cheek Scales, Close Up, Crest, Crested, Cryptic Coloration, Dewlap, Diurnal, Egglayer, Endemic To Australia, Endemkc To Wet Tropics, Fauna, Gonocephalus Boydii, Head And Shoulders, Hypsilurus Boydii, Jalbil, Jurassic Relic, Living Fossil, Lizard, Lizards, Lophosaurus, North Queensland, Of Queensland, One Animal, Oviparous, Rainforest Animal, Reptile, Reptilia, Side View, Spikes, Spiky, Spiny, Squamata, Thermoregulator, Tree Dwelling, Wet Tropics, Wildlife, World Heritage Area

Yellow-footed antechinus (Antechinus flavipes) Featured Rob McLean Print

Yellow-footed antechinus (Antechinus flavipes)

Yellow-footed antechinus (Antechinus flavipes) gazing at the photographer. At the end of the breeding season - two weeks for southern animals, four weeks for northern animals - all adult males die from stress-related illnesses after continuous and frenzied mating during those weeks. Thus younger animals have less competition for food and a greater chance of survival. Dryandra Woodland, Wheatbelt region, Western Australia, Australia

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Western whistler (Pachycephala occidentalis) Featured Rob McLean Print

Western whistler (Pachycephala occidentalis)

Western whistler (Pachycephala occidentalis) male in a tree. It was previously regarded as a subspecies of the Golden whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis) and was raised to species status in 2014. Dryandra Woodland, Wheatbelt region, Western Australia, Australia

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Animal, Australian, Aves, Bird, Breast, Elaborate Song, Endemic To Southwest Western Australia, Fauna, Female Duller, Front View, Gold, Golden, Head Turned, Male Yellow Breast, Male Yellow Collar, Oscine, Pachycephala, Pachycephala Pectoralis Occidentalis, Pachycephalidae, Passeriformes, Passerine, Perching Bird, Sexual Dimorphism, Sexually Dimorphic, Songbird, Whistler, Wildlife