Today's plants were seen on a Friday that was part of a 17 day 4,575 km (2843 miles) to the arid parts of South Australia and New South Wales.
On the Friday 2 of my sons, their parteners and myself went on the Wagara Lookout Hike in Wipena Pound, Flinders Rangers National Park.
Not all plants are labelled as they were mostly new to me.
Plants Seen on the Friday Walk.
|Looks like a Grass Lily.|
|A white form of the above,|
|Looks like one of the Senna sp.|
|Dusty Miller ( Spyridium sp. Spyridium parvifolium????)|
|The branches of this fallen Eucalytus have now become truncks.|
|Rough Grevillea - Grevillea aspera|
|Clematis sp. (Clematis microphylla (Small-leaved Clematis) ???)|
Plants Seen at Other Times on the Trip.
Montecollina Bore (Strzelecki Track)
|Some plants just hang on by their 'fingertips.|
|I'm pretty sure this is a Pittosporum sp.|
Along the Strzelecki Track
|Regal Birdflower - Crotalaria cunninghamii).|
|One of the Mistletoes.|
|Bluebush Pea, Desert Rattlepod - Crotalaria eremaea.|
|Hawkmoth on the new growth of a Queensland Bean Tree - Lysiphyllum gilvum.|
Corner Country - South Australia, Western NSW.
|Up-rooted tree on the sand dunes.|
|Sand dune vegetation.|
|Dead trees in dry lake bed.|
|Eremnophila sp - Emu Bush.|
|Silver-tails - Ptilotus sp.|
|Outback trees make interesting sunset subjects.|
|Sturt's Desert Pea - Swainsona formosa, grown as a street planting.|
|A beautiful white-trunked Eucalyptys.|
|Flindersia maculosa - Leopardwood, Spotted tree, Spotted Dog, Leopard Tree, Prickly Pine.|
|Flindersia maculosa - Leopardwood.|
One of my favourite trees. I'm amazed how they start out as tangled clump and then one leader branch
will head for the sky and then become the mottled-barked trunk that make this inland tree a stand-out.
|Spotted bark of the Leopardwood Tree.|
|One of the many dasies.|
You can see the entire trip on this link to my other blog: Travels in a Shoebox
Camera: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS