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Mallee Media Oct 9
It should come as no surprise I love mallee country. :-) So beautiful, especially after rain.
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Melissa Cook Sep 7
symptoms on wheat grown under different nitrogen levels in the ... can you spot the difference?
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Robert Davis Mar 11
Coming into flower in the herbarium gardens, Eucalyptus rhodantha
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Simon Verdon May 22
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Warriors4Wildlife_Int™ 🌐Ⓥ🐾 May 18
Finally some good news! - Satellite imagery has helped find more than 1,000 southern hairy-nosed in 's region, indicating the species is thriving in the arid .
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COALA - H2020 Project Sep 9
COALA is currently doing farm-scale demonstrations with some members, to validate our data and compare it to existing services. Find out more -
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Ange Apr 28
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Peter Symes Jan 7
Wonderful glaucuous leaves flowers, fruits and stems of Eucalyptus pleurocarpa (Tallerack) tree form endemic to SW Western Australia on plains in white sandy soils. This plant has a massive
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Bull Oak Well Angus Sep 21
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Karina Sorrell Jun 12
An Australian Owlet-nightjar from the long weekend spent in the .
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Tim Barlow Nov 3
Breaking (and not political) - recent sighting of the incredibly rare Australian Broomrape in Vic This plant is rarely seen (even Neville Walsh hasn't seen it), and is exclusively parasitic on native Senecio
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Richard Claremont Nov 10
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Richard Claremont May 8
Remembering the days of wide open spaces, endless sunshine and a road full of opportunities ahead... “Road to the Mallee”, 85X85cm.
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👩‍💼National Insurance Brokers👩‍💼 9 Nov 19
Make sure you’re Don’t be complacent, Fire doesn’t discriminate & you will NOT win against the beast once it’s unleashed!
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Zalika Rizmal Sep 30
Super excited to be reporting in Horsham for the next six weeks. Wimmera folk, send your tips and excursion ideas my way! rizmal.zalika@abc.net.au 🤩
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Wenbo Chen 19 Nov 19
Four-winged Mallee (Eucalyptus tetraptera) , a funky Eucalyptus from SW Western Australia.
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Birchip Forum Jan 15
Birchip is a great place to live and work! Check out these opportunities and please share amongst your networks.
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Dr Gary Taylor Mar 25
A vehicle track in the : one rut for the left wheels, one for the right. A track in the mallee: one rut for the left feet, one for the right. Creatures of habit as they head out to forage each night. Reserve.
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Eucalypt Australia Jun 24
The thick, paddle-like leaves of the Square-fruited , tetraptera.
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Wimmera SM LLEN Jul 25
Love to get some rain in the Frosty mornings and big blue sky days June and July rainfall well below average
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