Monthly Archive for September, 2007

Super spider.

We’re getting a little bit of rain in Gippsland today, with cold blustery south-west squalls sweeping across. Seemed like a good day to work on a talk on wetlands I have to deliver in a week’s time. With that well under way I took a break to pick up some pieces of bark for the […]

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Holey Plain.

Holey Plain State Park lies to the west of Sale, and it’s home to a very restricted plant, the Wellington Mintbush, Prostanthera galbraithiae, named in honour of the late Jean Galbraith. Until yesterday I’d only seen it once some years ago, a healthy shrub in full flower just off the road opposite a pine plantation, […]

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