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In the Australian bush dull, dusty browns and greens dominate and the eye is easily drawn to something as brightly coloured as this. Like bright pink foam rubber lips this bracket was squeezing out through a tiny split in the side of a large eucalyptus. About 100mm long it had a very spongy texture and clear yellow tinted liquid dripping from one side.
There were also a few tiny springtails with zero respect for art obviously hoping for a strawberry flavoured meal. (pic 4) The last shot (pic 6) shows the trunk of the gum tree which was about 1.5 metres diameter but had lost it's lower bark.... one month later it looked like this http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/244...
Lat: -37.88, Long: 145.35
Spotted on Apr 16, 2013
Submitted on Apr 17, 2013
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