Gillian Everett

Gillian Everett

Posted on 07/05/2014


Photo taken on July  4, 2014


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Australia
Winter
Queensland
Orange
Liquidamber
Noosa Hinterland
Liquidamber Formosana
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Winter
Most of the leaves have fallen now.

Liquidambar formosana, commonly known as the Chinese sweet gum or Formosan gum, is a species of tree in the family Altingiaceae native to East Asia. Extra pic in comment.

Liquidambar formosana is a large, native, deciduous tree that grows up to 30-40m tall. The leaves are 10~15 cm wide, and are three-lobed unlike five- to seven-lobed leaves of most American Liquidambar species. The foliage of the L. formosana turns a very attractive red color in autumn. Leaves grow in an alternate arrangement, and are simple, palmately-veined, with serrated margins.
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Noosa Hinterland, Queensland.

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pajmcb
pajmcb
Outstanding shot!\
Lovely autumn colors!
Excellent work!
3 years ago.
Gillian Everett has replied to pajmcb
Thanks paj :-)
3 years ago.