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Posted on 08/12/2013


Photo taken on July  7, 2013


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Acacia melanoxylon
regenerating rainforest
Wilsons Creek NSW
Sally Wattle


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Huge dead Sally Wattle on our top plateau

Huge dead Sally Wattle on our top plateau
These trees are short-lived (about 30 years), and they fall all over the property all the time. They are great hosts for fungi, epiphytes, moss and lichen, although this one is bare apart from the fungi at the top end (Ganoderma applanatum). . . . . . photo KR

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