This page offers a selection of photographs and audiovisual files of Queensland’s landscapes, natural features, scientists or scientific investigations in progress. The page is at a very early stage of construction.
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All images on this page are copyright. They may be downloaded for private use (such as school projects) after payment of a fee of $25. Not-for-profit organisations may download them for non-commercial use (such as to illustrate submissions) for the same fee, and must acknowledge the photographer (embedded in file name). The fee is to paid into the Royal Society bank account on an honesty basis – details on the Contacts page.
Grevillea banksii, local to the Brisbane’s north coast. This showy plant can grow to a sizeable small tree. It is attractive to nectar-feeding birds, but flowers for only a short period of the year and can grow rather ungainly if not kept pruned.
Grey Gum, Eucalyptus propinqua, hinterland of Wamuran, South-east Queensland, on shallow metamorphic soils.
Mangrove seedlings among the leaf litter and seagrass litter, northern shores of Deception Bay, Moreton Bay. Most of these under the canopy of existing mangroves will be suppressed and where they appear on a sandy substrate will suffer from buffeting by sand grains.
Cane Toads, exposed from under a pile of bricks during the cool period of the year.