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TonyWoodFounding Explorer - TonyWood joined us in 2014! wrote:
Yesterday
I'm not entirely convinced that its D. revolutum. The swept back sepals (image 2) suggests D. laxum. Image 3 looks a bit more like D. revolutum. ...

Orchid Diplodium revolutum (Large autumn greenhood)
Yesterday
I am not sure that any of the new growth is flowers. The long ones look to me like new stems, and the round ones galls on new stem growth.

Other Tree Allocasuarina verticillata (Drooping Sheoak)
MikeMultiple Significant Sightings - Mike has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Ultra Reporter - Mike has reported over 500 sightings!Founding Explorer - Mike joined us in 2014! wrote:
Yesterday
The pond was constructed and filled in 2005. It would be good to get a planting list - several shrubs and trees are inappropriate. It is likely t...

Rush / Sedge Baumea rubiginosa (Soft Twig-rush)
Yesterday
Sorry Mike no comments re male and female plants on same she-oak plant but a first for me

Other Tree Allocasuarina verticillata (Drooping Sheoak)
Yesterday
Mike this and Jerrabomberra wetlands are the only place that any Baumea has been recorded in the ACT and this East O,Malley pond has two species ...

Rush / Sedge Baumea rubiginosa (Soft Twig-rush)
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