|Pinkwood (or Plumwood) Eucryphia moorei, Monga National Park|
|Ulmo Eucryphia cordifolia, southern Chile. |
Photo courtesy Franz Xaver; my own photo of it is too terrible to use!
|Eucryphia wilkiei National Botanic Gardens, Canberra.|
|Pinkwood petals scattered on a treefern (above) and the boardwalk (below),|
as well as everywhere in between!
|Sunshine Wattle, Monga National Park.|
|Immature Eastern Yellow Robin, which would have hatched in spring.|
Below, it landed almost on my feet in pouncing on an insect snack.
|Large-billed Scrubwren Sericornis magnirostris.|
From side on the heavy bill points slightly upwards, as if glued on crookedly.
|Scarlet Greenhood Diplodium (Pterostylis) coccinum.|
Greenhood orchids are of course supposed to be green; this stunner is a dramatic exception.
|Pinkwood, Monga National Park.|