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Ferns

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Looking up through the rainforest turpentine trees, syncarpia glomulifera, and ferns. Backlit frond of a staghorn fern, platycerium. Looking across over the rainforest floor from the wall of the canyon. Low sun, ferns, moss and fungus in the rainforest. Hardy fern in coastal sand dune. Small fern catches the light in the rainforest. A staghorn fern has attached itself to a tree over Korrumbyn Creek. Elkhorn fern, platycerium. Small pocket of rainforest ferns. Looking up, through a fern frond. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Self-sown staghorn ferns, platycerium, growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. Ferns growing from a rotting tree. Staghorn ferns growing on a host tree. Setting sun through swamp growth. Sun through a fern frond. Trail ascending through the mountain forest. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Dead trees and ferns between rocks and a hard place. Staghorn ferns in profusion growing on a host tree. Elkhorn fern growing on a fallen tree. Fern filled side gorge off the main Carnarvon Gorge. Rainforest turpentine trees, syncarpia glomulifera, and ferns growing tall in the sand. Staghorn ferns high in the trees, catching the sun in the rainforest. Mountain trail through rainforest and gums. Dry rainforest fern in Russell Gully. Trees and ferns of rainforest and Rosewood Creek down below. Elkhorn fern, platycerium. Staghorn ferns, platycerium, and orchids growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. Elkhorn fern, platycerium bifurcatum. A new fern frond about to burst forth. Rain dusted plants along a trail in the Ventana Wilderness. Rainforest fern harvesting sunlight. Elkhorn fern, platycerium, growing on a conglomerate rock. A small fern thrives from the rainforest floor. A Staghorn fern, platycerium, makes its home high on a tree in the rainforest. Fallen tree across a ferny gully. New life emerges after forest burn. Rare angiopteris fern growing in Wanggoolba Creek. A fern makes its home in a tree in the rainforest. Fern growing on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Fern thriving on a tree in the Queen Mary Falls valley. Self-sown staghorn ferns, platycerium, growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. Red berries among hanging moss. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail winds through the granites. Fern growing under the canopy of the open rainforest. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Tree nose. Young ferns responding to winter rain on the Sonoma Overlook Trail. A small elkhorn fern, platycerium, growing from a rock.

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