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1 0 Leptospermum sp. Tea-tree (bushfire recovery)

Leptospermum sp. Tea-tree (bushfire recovery)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

In the aftermath of February's devastating

2 0 Mountain Orange Gum (bushfire recovery)

Mountain Orange Gum (bushfire recovery)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

These "mountain orange gums" are survivors of massive

1 0 Bracken (bushfire recovery)

Bracken (bushfire recovery)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

Pteridium esculentum, also commonly known as "bracken fern", "Austral bracken" ...

4 2 Horsehoof Fungus (post bushfire)

Horsehoof Fungus (post bushfire)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

recent bushfires. It's a firm and woody ...

4 2 Eucalyptus tree (bushfire recovery)

Eucalyptus tree (bushfire recovery)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

eucalypt that somehow survived the massive

3 8 Mountain Ash graveyard

Mountain Ash graveyard

by martinlVictoria, Australia

Mountain ash (Eucalyptus) is the worlds tallest flowering pant. It does not ...

6 4 Johnson's Grass Tree (bushfire recovery)

Johnson's Grass Tree (bushfire recovery)

by Neil RossQueensland, Australia

Spotted this grass tree along the trail, reshooting after recent

1 0 Flannel Flower

Flannel Flower

by Neil RossGosford, NSW, Australia

We are never too old to learn, and I've learned a couple of things about this ...