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davemmdave

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Abril 9, 2020 04:55 PM ACST

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Poor pics of one bird in Eucalyptus camaldulensis.. Near rear of the North Normanville Dunes.

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davemmdave

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Marzo 20, 2017 01:15 PM ACDT

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Several pics[a few to come...] of some loosely schooling trevallies near outer end of new jetty.

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Olivar Olea europaea

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020

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Mature selfset woody weed near southern side of the Carrickalinga Creek estuary mouth.

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davemmdave

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Abril 7, 2020

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Common locally and very quick to green up with fresh foliage and runners following the earliest cool season rainfall events.

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Carrizo Asiático Gigante Arundo donax

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davemmdave

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Abril 7, 2020

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Small stand of this invasive exotic weed near rear of the North Normanville Dunes close to Jetty Road.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:36 PM ACST

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Subject is the same shrub on fenceline, as uncropped version in 2nd image.

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davemmdave

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Abril 4, 2020 05:07 PM ACDT

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Washed up during an onshore gale.

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Amarantos, Espinacas, Betabeles Y Parientes Familia Amaranthaceae

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:29 PM ACST

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Another example of this common taxon, a type of short lived sprawling very low 'Saltbush ' favoring brackish and saline sites, damp seasonally or tidally.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:15 PM ACST

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Common locally

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:19 PM ACST

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One of the many shrubs and small trees of this taxon in the area explored on this particular outing. Consistent with this taxon at many locations, leaf shape and size and color and thickness varied considerably, so I imaged multiple examples, almost at random.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:23 PM ACST

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A common quite tall and dense erect clumping plant of damp areas, including estuarine floodplain,as is the case here, where it grows with Gahnia filum, although tends to be rather more tolerant of prolonged dry spells than the Gahnia filum. Almost as tall.

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Plantas con Flores Subfilo Angiospermae

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:30 PM ACST

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A common short-lived perennial spreading scrambling fleshy leaved 'saltbushes '-type plant, widespread coastally, and I think an exotic introduction(?),with very wide global distribution.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:41 PM ACST

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Woody base of this mature but trammelled and grazed dunes liana, common widely in the region and a very versatile plant, grossly underutilized in the nursery trade.

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Llantenes Género Plantago

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:18 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:18 PM ACST

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Possibly previously known as Senecio lautus but that taxon is now said not to occur naturally in Australia?

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:44 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:26 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:40 PM ACST

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On a Seaberry Saltbush.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:20 PM ACST

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Eucalipto Tuart Eucalyptus gomphocephala

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davemmdave

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Abril 7, 2020 09:49 AM ACST

Descripción

Old tree at base of inland slope of secondary dune system at southern limit of the North Normanville Dunes .Probably planted but difficult to determine as there are some invasive self sets of the same species nearby and at a few other similar sites along the north and south dunes of Normanville, also at Lady Bay to Wirrina Cove and further to the south and north e.g. Second Valley and Myponga Beach.All have a mix of mature planted and mature self sets,additional to the more obvious selfset saplings.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:17 PM ACST

Descripción

Common locally here in sandy coastal area at base of dunes rather than on the dunes proper . The above plant is where the North Normanville Dunes meet the Carrickalinga Creek estuary. One of many, and reasonably consistent in height,form and growth phase.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:51 PM ACST

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(Irrelevant to the observation, the few dark ,curled objects in frame are old very weathered cutoffs of shoe leather. Some time in the first half of the last century a shoemaker lived in the North Normanville Dunes near the Carrickalinga Creek estuary mouth and he made a walking track through the dunes to the creek using the discards from his work.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:49 PM ACST

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No flowers or pods so difficult to pick taxon here. The absence of retained large curly pods on the old wood makes cyclops a bit less likely, although it is such a variable shrub we can't rely on this feature especially in this quite young shrub.Other options are ligulata, cupularis, and probably others less common in the region generally. I'm going for cupularis but it's unlikely to be supported by the image evidence beyond genus level. Note that in favor of this being a local native (cyclops is not) is the fact that I saw almost no A. cyclops nearby ,and the main invasive wattle here was A.saligna with the very large mature phyllodes distinctive. Another possible is retinodes although I have not seen it looking like this locally.

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:17 PM ACST

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View from the south side of the lower estuary, looking west . Subject for ID is the grey bushes to right in foreground, please ignore the smaller green Myoporum insulare shrub on their left.(Digressing, I could see the upturned remains of the wave generator prototype on the sea horizon as I took this shot, ditto the Aus Oceans reef health monitoring rig floating a few 100m offshore to the WSW; only the first is apparent in the photo due small size of the reef monitoring rig ).

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:24 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:54 PM ACST

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davemmdave

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Abril 3, 2020 11:52 AM ACDT

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Again,an anemone under turned rock,during surgy snorkel in Kaurna Heritage Traditional Fish Trap Pool,Lady Bay.

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dsm

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davemmdave

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Abril 3, 2020 11:56 AM ACDT

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Please refer to description in previous submission.

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dsm

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davemmdave

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Abril 3, 2020 11:43 AM ACDT

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Not sure whether the central white thing is related at all to the SUBJECT of this submission,which is THE GREY ANEMONE below mid frame.This sea anemone is likely to be same taxon as in another earlier submission from same snorkel,ditto the next observation(s) I'm about to submit,but I'm separating each in case they are separate taxa.[Also noting I took these anemone pics in batches with some minutes between,and turned more than one rock that bore 1 or more anemones beneath the edges]

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dsm

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davemmdave

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Abril 5, 2020 01:19 PM ACST

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Common, as expected. At this lower estuary site it appears surprisingly tolerant of tidally inundated samphire dominated saline soils, but whether the shrubs in the dampest microhabitats will survive if/when local rainfall returns to average following the recent record dry spell remains to be seen.

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