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Mount Gravatt

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Spring water issuing from the sedimentary rock structure. Rainbow Lorikeets checking out a nesting box. Rainbow Lorikeets (trichoglossus heamatodus) enjoying the rain. Mouth wide open as a carpet python, morelia spilota, gulps down a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Rocky lichen covered rock amongst the ferns in the rain. Wattle Cup moth caterpillar, calcarifera ordinata. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Leaf veined slug, family Athoracophoridae, genus Triboniophorus graeffei. Flower of the Morning Glory vine, ipomoea indica, a weed species. Wild Nodding Greenhood orchid, pterostylis nutans. Furry petalled flower of the Wonga Wonga vine, pandorea pandorana. Ring Tailed Possum takes over a bird nesting box. Misty view through the trees. Bright orange bracket fungus, pycnoporus coccineus. Bird of Paradise flower, strelitzia reginae. Mottled cup moth caterpillar at work consuming a leaf. Gilled fungus. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, just hatched and wings drying out, yet to develop markings. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside, with supper neatly wrapped. Elkhorn fern growing on a fallen tree. Like eggs, large fungi emerge from the forest floor. Old fence line. The smelly slime of the fungus aseroe rubra even looks foul in this image. Rear view of a tiny hairy petalled flower in the forest. Strange, ant attractive, secretion at the base of a gum tree. Ruptured pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, captures Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, and delivers the killer throat crunch. The eating end of a mottled cup moth caterpillar at work. Koala joey scrambles to catch up with mom for a lift. The mouth of a moth.

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