The ANPS walk to day went to the Gale Precinct off the Old Cooma Road, immediately to the South of the current limit of suburban development. This area is managed by Queanbeyan Landcare in association with the Council.
Proving that even I can learn from past mistakes I will begin by commenting that there were a bunch of Acacia species brightening the area up more than somewhat today. Let us begin with Acacia genistifolia: this is getting close to the prickliness of the African Acacias (which we now know are not 'really' Acacias at all but a different genus- yet to be named).
win over the All Blacks).
Let us move on to to white flowers. A couple of these featured last week but it is useful to have the comparison. First up is Leucopogon Fletcherii. I am not sure I have ever noticed the pink stigmas before and am unsure what a Freudian analyst would make of them!
Litchfield National Park; sandstone and waterfalls
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