Saturday, 27 June 2015

Sclerophyll


At the beginning to the track it doesn't look all the promising for people looking for waterfalls.  It is Sclerophyll forest.

  1. Sclerophyll forests are a typically Australian vegetation type having plants (typically eucalypts, wattles and banksias) with hard, short and often spiky leaves, which is a condition closely associated with low soil fertility (rather than rainfall/soil moisture). www.environment.nsw.gov.au

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info, Joan. I would have to look for Sclerophyll forest on google! :-) I like this spot.

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  2. Terrific capture, Joan. Great depth and lots to draw the eye.

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  3. Such an Aussie scene. Whats with the profile pics not showing up in th comments?e

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    1. Dunno. Hadn't noticed they were gone.

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