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Sea Star (Linckia multiflora) comet, a regenerating Sea Star arm, Great Barrier Reef, Australia  -  Norbert Wu
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00977117 Sea Star (Linckia multiflora) comet, a regenerating Sea Star arm, Great Barrier Reef, Australia© Norbert Wu
Sea Star (Solaster sp) regenerating arms, Vancouver Island, Canada  -  Norbert Wu
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00423164 Sea Star (Solaster sp) regenerating arms, Vancouver Island, Canada© Norbert Wu
Sea Star, close-up detail of regenerating arm, Izu Oceanic Park, Japan  -  Norbert Wu
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00136091 Sea Star, close-up detail of regenerating arm, Izu Oceanic Park, Japan© Norbert Wu
Rainbow Sea Star (Orthasterias koehleri) a large and small one with regenerating arms, Pacific northwest coast of North America  -  Norbert Wu
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00136064 Rainbow Sea Star (Orthasterias koehleri) a large and small one with regenerating arms, Pacific northwest coast of North America© Norbert Wu
Many-pored Sea Star (Austrofromia polypora) regenerating from single arm, New South Wales, Australia  -  Mark Spencer/ Auscape
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00480794 Many-pored Sea Star (Austrofromia polypora) regenerating from single arm, New South Wales, Australia© Mark Spencer/ Auscape
Gorse (Ulex sp) regrowth on charred ground, two weeks after wildfire. Thursley National Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.
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90855310 Gorse (Ulex sp) regrowth on charred ground, two weeks after wildfire. Thursley National Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest with Grass trees (Xanthorrhoea sp) damaged by bush fire, Eucalypts with epicormic growth. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852764 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest with Grass trees (Xanthorrhoea sp) damaged by bush fire, Eucalypts with epicormic growth. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalyptus (Eucalypteae) trees charred by bush fire, epicormic new growth on trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852763 Eucalyptus (Eucalypteae) trees charred by bush fire, epicormic new growth on trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree charred by bush fire, epicormic growth on trunk. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852760 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree charred by bush fire, epicormic growth on trunk. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Grass tree (Xanthorrhoea sp) regrowth on burnt stumps in Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852759 Grass tree (Xanthorrhoea sp) regrowth on burnt stumps in Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on tree trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852758 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on tree trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Tree fern (Cyatheales) with epicormic growth, damaged in forest fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852757 Tree fern (Cyatheales) with epicormic growth, damaged in forest fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on branches. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852756 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on branches. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on branches. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852755 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) forest damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth on branches. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) with epicormic growth at base of charred tree trunk, damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852753 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) with epicormic growth at base of charred tree trunk, damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) epicormic growth on forest floor, from roots of tree damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852752 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) epicormic growth on forest floor, from roots of tree damaged by bush fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) trees damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth from roots and trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852751 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) trees damaged by bush fire, epicormic growth from roots and trunks. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree trunk charred by forest fire, shoots from epicormic regrowth. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852750 Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree trunk charred by forest fire, shoots from epicormic regrowth. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Epicormic shoot on Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree trunk charred by forest fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.
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90852749 Epicormic shoot on Eucalypt (Eucalypteae) tree trunk charred by forest fire. Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. February 2020.©
Soft coral (Alcyonacea) growing in artificial reef wire structure, within damaged area of coral reef. Misool Eco Resort, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia.
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90852658 Soft coral (Alcyonacea) growing in artificial reef wire structure, within damaged area of coral reef. Misool Eco Resort, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia.©
Aspen saplings growing in burnt forest after Wallow fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, August.
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90851972 Aspen saplings growing in burnt forest after Wallow fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, August.©
Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) in burnt forest, after Wallow Fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA, August
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90851971 Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) in burnt forest, after Wallow Fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA, August©
Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in flower, and Bracken, and charred wood after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.
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90851970 Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in flower, and Bracken, and charred wood after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.©
Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in flower, after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.
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90851969 Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in flower, after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.©
Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) floweriung amongst charred wood after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.
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90851968 Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) floweriung amongst charred wood after Wallow forest fire, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA. August.©
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838845 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838842 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838841 Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...
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90838840 Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838839 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838838 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838837 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838836 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838832 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838831 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.
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90838830 Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.
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90838829 Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838825 Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838824 Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838823 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838822 Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838821 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838820 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838819 Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Eucalyptus saplings growing en masse in an alpine forest devastated by wildfires in February, 2003, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia. March 2007.
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90838817 Eucalyptus saplings growing en masse in an alpine forest devastated by wildfires in February, 2003, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia. March 2007.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838816 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838160 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838159 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838158 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Banksia woodland regenerating after bushfire, Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.
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90837617 Banksia woodland regenerating after bushfire, Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.© Marie Lochman
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