Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Gudjewg “Monsoon Season” Ends

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Gubara was very hot and very humid. It seemed quiet because possibly this wet season rainy periods have been so irregular, some flora and fauna getting mixed messages about the wet season winding down only to find flowers knocked off by rain drops or eggs destroyed by mold thriving in the wetness. I did managed to get up onto the escarpment late in the morning. However, staying among the tall trees of the sandstone gorge rainforest would have been smarter considering the heat.
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Waterfall Creek
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Waterfall Creek Tributary
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Mantid Ciulfina sp. Male
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Merremia sp.
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Northern Thredtail
Nososticta fraternal
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Orange Lacewing Cethosia penthesilea
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Paddy-Bug Leptocorisa acuta
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Eriocaulon setaceujm
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Rainbow Bee-eater Merops arnatus
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Stick Case Moth Clania lewinii
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Swamp Bloodwood Eucalyptus ptychocarpa
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Swamp Foxglove Centranthera cochinchinensis
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Tylophora sp.
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Leopard Grasshopper Stropis maculosa (Stal)
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Zebra Grasshopper
Zebratula flavogigra
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4 comments:

Leighton Clark said...

I love the idea of the six seasons. Especially the sixth season Gudjewg. thanks and I love your photos. Leighton Clark

Leighton Clark said...

The territory can be beautiful during Gudjewg

Leighton Clark said...

I just love the whole idea of six seasons and particularly Gudjewg. Like your photos too, Leighton Clark

Leighton Clark said...

Terrific photos of Gudjewg