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Hongos Reino Fungi

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2015

Descripción

Blue green clump with a fruticose growth pattern clinging to the small peripheral branchlets of a Pittosporum sp. tree

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Square

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Hongos Reino Fungi

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2015

Descripción

Pale blue green color with a foliose growth pattern clinging to small peripheral branchlets of Pittosporum sp tree adjacent to red-flowering gum.

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Hongos Reino Fungi

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2015

Descripción

Growing in small patches on the south west side of a red flowering gum tree. Pale blue-green color with a foliose structure

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Magnolias Género Magnolia

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2015

Descripción

A large 10m tree in full bloom dominating the back garden of this site. The blossoms are pink and the lawn below is covered in their petals.

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Feijoa Acca sellowiana

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 19, 2015

Descripción

A hedge comprised of five adjacent mature plants along the inside of the street-side picket fence. It was heavily pruned two weeks ago and there are now numerous new leaves sprouting from the pruned branches.

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Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 18, 2015

Descripción

Approx 6m tall tree adjacent to driveway. Dark brown, thick bark with a rough surface, splitting and peeling in patches along the length of the curving 30cm wide trunk. Dark red-brown sap seeps from between the cracks in the bark and has stained the trunk and top of the letterbox below it. Small patches of blue-grey lichen are attached to the bark on the mid to lower trunk on the West facing side A few scattered red flowers remain in the canopy but most have dropped their anthers exposing the small woody cup that supported them. Clusters of leaf buds and small leaves are emerging at the end of many twiggy branches. The more mature leaves are dark green with smooth sides and pointed tips and many are damaged with dark brown or pale blotches or irregular shaped pieces missing. The gum nuts are large, woody and hang as singles from pendulous short stems.

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Choquita Amarilla Oxalis pes-caprae

Observ.

zoovet

Fecha

Septiembre 13, 2015 03:36 PM NZST

Descripción

Clusters of pendulous yellow flowers on long thin stalks emerging from groups of small round green leaves. Growing on stone wall in sunny position among a variety of shrubs, ferns and herbs.

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