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Mount Gravatt

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Car in the forest being reclaimed by the elements. Mouth wide open as a carpet python, morelia spilota, gulps down a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Flower spike of a grass tree, xanthorrhoea johnson11. Misty morning in the forest, along the fire access trail. The bird can see what’s happening.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Seed pods of Brush Box, lophostemon confertus. Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, takes its last breath as a Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, reviews breakfast. Orb of sun through clouds. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, in the process of hatching. Last rays of the sunset over the eucalypt forest. Tiny jumping spider and its web home. View along a fire access track in the forest. Koala having a good scratch, by torch light. Looking up under the Nodding Greenhead orchid, pterostylis nutans. Moss colony on a tree stump. Koala mother and baby joey on board. Small Elkhorn ferns sprout from crevices in a rock. Caterpillar of a Tussock Moth, lymantriidae, on a leaf of a Bird of Paradise plant. Small skull on the forest floor, possibly a sugar glider, petaurus breviceps. Always colourful, the bright orange bracket fungus pycnoporus coccineus. Koala mother and baby joey. Pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Leaf veined slug, family Athoracophoridae, genus Triboniophorus graeffei. Golden fungus arises. Wild orchid growing on a host in the forest. Curly bark of a eucalyptus tree and a spider web. Close up look at the hairy leaves of the native herb Hairy Oxalis, oxalis chnoodes. Enlarged root of a forest gum tree. Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Fungus and flies: Stinkhorn fungus, phallus indusiatis.

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