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Monthly Archive for August, 2017

Late Winter.

A warmer day seemed a good time for a walk with the camera to seek signs of spring in the box/ironbark bush, where the Golden Wattle is coming into full flower. Winter has been cold and very dry, perhaps the reason for little in the way of other plants coming into flower, with only the […]

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The Two-tailed Spider, or Tamopsis species is one of the most interesting spiders to be found in the garden, and with the weather starting to warm up a little, a few can again be found on their favourite trees. Those trees are the White Brittle Gum, E. mannifera, and the Angophora costata, both smooth-barked, with […]

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