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Discussion

Steve818 wrote:
12 hrs ago
Could be E.phoenicea based on: location, inflorescence shape, orange flowers. But leaf colour may not be correct. The leaves in the photo appear more green than grey-green. E.miniata is a possibility but that species has sessile buds and fruit, and the photo shows pedicels. One for Dean Nicolle @Tapirlord I will message Dean.

Corymbia sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
Yesterday
On second thoughts Eucalyptus aurantiaca is possible, or perhaps more likely Eucalyptus miniata. We shall see what Steve says, there may not be enough here to say

Corymbia sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
Yesterday
It must be a Corymbia I think, Steve do you know of an orange-flowered species from the Kimberlies?

Corymbia sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
29 Feb 2024
Maybe Nymphaea macrosperma which is native, otherwise one of the exotic species

Nymphaea sp.
trevorpreston wrote:
28 Feb 2024
A feather Star, or Sea Lily.

Unidentified Marine Invertebrate

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