It started off with a discovery when I was watering some pots on the verandah, I noticed the upper leaves on a small cassia plant were tattered. It didn’t take long to realise the cause and spot it, a looper caterpillar, larva of a geometrid moth.. As usual at this time of year the Gold […]
Category Archive for 'Wildflowers'
Old cemeteries, back roadsides, and railway reserves are some of the last strongholds of the grassland flora of the red gum plains, and the line between Stratford and Bairnsdale has some good wildflower stretches. Although it is early in the season a visit to the latter was rewarding. A considerable distance had been fairly recently […]