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Mount Gravatt

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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. Underside of fungus. The lorikeet pecks feebly at the python.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Delicate white fungus on a rotting log. Misty view through the trees. By the mid-morning of the first day since emerging the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra is armless. Highlighting the wings of a Teddy Bear bee, amegilla bombiformis. Empty egg sacks of a Gum Tree Shield Bug, poecilometis patruelis. What is it? Ledge fungus becomes bigger than the host tree. Busy bees; stingless native bees, trigona, attend to their hive. Soft furry moss in a secluded rain forest environment. Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, with its captured Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Looking down on the top of a skull, possibly a sugar glider, petaurus breviceps. Elkhorn fern, platycerium bifurcatum. A new fern frond about to burst forth. Very small fungus erupts from the clay and rocks of a bush track, lasting for only a few hours. Stingless native bees, trigona, attend to their hive. Hairy trumpet fungus, panus fasciatus. Hairy trumpet fungus, panus fasciatus. Southern hemisphere full moon. Web of tent spider, cyrtophora citricola. Hairy trumpet fungus, panus fasciatus. Elkhorn fern, platycerium, growing on a conglomerate rock. Leaf veined slug, family Athoracophoridae, genus Triboniophorus graeffei. By the mid-morning of the first day since emerging the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra is armless. Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Morning mist highlights webs of tent spiders, cyrtophora citricola. Barbed leg of a grasshopper.

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