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dcnicholls wrote:
36 min ago
That looks a bit like young Bracken. Were the fronds leathery or soft?

Pteris tremula (TBC)
dcnicholls wrote:
2 hrs ago
This big C. australis had been there for quite a while, but wasn’t there until the drainage from the Telstra tower started. It likely came from populations in the Blue Range and Brindabellas. There was also one in the quarry on Mt Ainslie. So the chances are new ones will occur.

Cyathea australis (TBC)
dcnicholls wrote:
2 hrs ago
Would be safer to wait until the fronds mature, but this it most likely P. tremula

Pteris tremula
Tapirlord wrote:
3 hrs ago
Thanks Michael.

Oxalis sp.
michaelb wrote:
3 hrs ago
Duplicate sp. - Tamopsis sp. now gone. I was able to get rid of it by re-doing ID's at Sth Coast & deleting the species.

Tamopsis sp. (genus)
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