gilgie


gilgie
A small freshwater crayfish endemic to the south-west corner of Australia.

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  • gilgie — I. /ˈdʒɪlgi/ (say jilgee) noun 1. either of two freshwater crayfish, Cherax quinquecarinatus or C. crassimanus, native to south western WA, found in streams, river and dams, and which can burrow down to the watertable during dry periods. 2. WA… …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Marron — Marrons is also a culinary name for chestnuts, as in marron glacé. Marron is a name given to two closely related species of crayfish in Western Australia. Formerly considered a single species, it is now thought to comprise two species, the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Lake Monger — This article is about Lake Monger in suburban Perth. It should not be confused with Mongers Lake in east Perenjori in the Mid West region of Western Australia which is part of the major inland drainage system in that region and is 184 km long and …   Wikipedia

  • Whadjuk — Whadjuk, also called Wadjuk, Whajook and Wadjug, is the name according to Norman Tindale [Tindale, Norman (1930) Aboriginal Tribal Boundaries (Museum of South Australia) http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/orig/tindale/boundaries intro.htm] for the… …   Wikipedia

  • Noongar language — Nyunga Noongar, Kalaamaya Spoken in Western Australia Extinct disputed Language family Pama–Nyungan …   Wikipedia


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