Australian flora has a diversity shaped by continental drift and climate change. Adaptations to desert conditions and fire are common, particularly in Banksia, eucalypts (gum trees), and acacias (wattles). The beech trees and ferns of Tasmania are evidence of the link with Gondwana in geological times. Hedgehog House photographers have taken stunning images of this unique flora.
Banksia serrata in flower, Grose Valley, ..
Snowgum trunks, typical mainland highlands, ..
King Billy pine and pandani, Barron Pass, ..
Ferns, St. Colombus Falls Reserve, Tasmania, ..
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