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Daintree NP World Heritage Area, Queensland, Australia

July 2002


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Large unknown grasshopper.

A great example of cercinate venation as a tree fern frond expands.

Fan palm (Liculala ramsayii) forest.

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The wide fronds of the fan palm (Liculala ramsayii) canopy.

Despite being declared a World Heritage area, much of the Daintree NP is privately owned and prone to clearing....

One of my study sites in the Thornton Peak valley (note flowering Ryparosa in foreground).

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Unknown ground fungi.

A germinating seed from the prehistoric tree, Idiospermum australiense.

Unknown blue fungi.

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The black palm, Normanbya normanbyi.

Cape Tribulation from Emmagen beach.

Crab burrows on Emmagen beach.

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Bruce and Kate returning from a reef trip..

Ulysses butterfly (Papilio ulysses).

Ulysses butterfly (Papilio ulysses) in flight!


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