Friday, May 31, 2013

Fitzroy Falls - Morton National Park. 31st May 2013.

Thank goodness for the fungi, they have helped fill up the page again. I have never been this far around the Falls before and I found it a rewarding walk as there were several lookouts to view the Falls from.
Sorry, but I have no idea as to the identity of the fungi so they will have to remain anonymous.
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A happy little fungi family.

Bursaria spinosa  -  Sweet Bursaria / Native Blackthorn.

Rubus moluccanus var. trilobus  -  Broad-leaf Bramble.

Looks like Westringia longifolia  -  Long-leaved Westringia.

This fungus looks a little like a fried egg.

This fungus, on a tree trunk, looks like a purse.
Or is it an Alien?????

Banksia spinulosa  -  Hairpin Banksia.
A very dark-styles type.

Dracophyllum secundum  -  Necklace Heath

Acacia terminalis  -  Sunshine Wattle

Gleichenia dicarpa  -
 Pouched Coral Fern / Tangle Fern.
I'm guessing that this little guy is a fungus.

Xanthorrhoea sp  -  Grass Tree.
Still growing after having its growing tips
burnt off during recent hazard reduction fires.
Lambertia formosa  -  Mountain Devil.
I plan to take a photo of this species every month
to show that it flowers all year round.
It's all there.........if you know where to look.

A miniature garden of Lichen and Moss.

Lycopodium deuterodensum  -
 Bushy Clubmoss.
This plant was about 40cm tall.

Eustrephus latifolius  -  Wombat Berry.
Isopogon anemonifolius  -  Broad-leaf Drumstick.
A bit of a straggler as these should have finished
flowering in December.

Anonymous fungus.

Anonymous fungus.

Cyathea austalis  -  Rough Tree-fern.


Over the edge.

Top and bottom falls.

FEATHERS, FUR and FANG.                 Some Of The Wildlife Seen Today.

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