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Wingecarribee Local Government Area field guide

Wingecarribee Local Government Area

4061
0.02 sightings per ha
Penrose field guide

Penrose

1353
0.26 sightings per ha
Morton National Park field guide

Morton National Park

1162
0.06 sightings per ha
Bundanoon field guide

Bundanoon

1070
0.12 sightings per ha
Braemar field guide

Braemar

634
1.49 sightings per ha
Mittagong field guide

Mittagong

604
0.05 sightings per ha
Wollondilly Local Government Area field guide

Wollondilly Local Government Area

589
0 sightings per ha
Fitzroy Falls field guide

Fitzroy Falls

564
0.05 sightings per ha
Robertson field guide

Robertson

559
0.04 sightings per ha
Burradoo field guide

Burradoo

478
0.22 sightings per ha
Alpine field guide

Alpine

429
0.09 sightings per ha
Woodlands field guide

Woodlands

406
0.04 sightings per ha
Bowral field guide

Bowral

340
0.05 sightings per ha
Meryla State Forest field guide

Meryla State Forest

252
0.02 sightings per ha
Wingello field guide

Wingello

206
0.01 sightings per ha
Budderoo National Park field guide

Budderoo National Park

202
0.12 sightings per ha
Hill Top field guide

Hill Top

188
0.02 sightings per ha
Colo Vale field guide

Colo Vale

163
0.01 sightings per ha
Upper Nepean field guide

Upper Nepean

163
No effort recorded
Bargo River State Conservation Area field guide

Bargo River State Conservation Area

157
0.03 sightings per ha

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Discussion

Span102 wrote:
10 Jun 2024
lucky you!

Ninox strenua
Steve818 wrote:
4 Jun 2024
Needs other features to determine the species of Eucalypt. Features to photo include: buds, fruits, juvenile leaves. So for now best to list it as Eucalyptus sp. Lovely healthy large tree.

Eucalyptus sp.
Steve818 wrote:
4 Jun 2024
Yes given the reniform shape of the cotyledons, and the location after fire, a Eucalypt seedling. Would be good information to revisit the site to see what species, then that would be picked up by the NatureMapr timeline function.

Eucalyptus sp.
Steve818 wrote:
4 Jun 2024
Best to list as Eucalyptus sp. for now. If you return to the location then photos of additional features will be needed (buds, fruit, juvenile leaves) to identify accurately to the species. Would be good information to see a timeline of its recovery.

Eucalyptus sp.
Steve818 wrote:
4 Jun 2024
Peppermint type bark, and fruits are truncate-globose, so it looks like narrow-leaved peppermint . Juvenile leaves would confirm. For now best to list as Eucalyptus sp.

Eucalyptus sp.

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