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River west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy,  Guyana
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00560194 River west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy, Guyana© Pete Oxford
Stilt house in river west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy,  Guyana
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00560193 Stilt house in river west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy, Guyana© Pete Oxford
River west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy,  Guyana
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00560192 River west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy, Guyana© Pete Oxford
Lily pads in wetland west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy,  Guyana
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00560191 Lily pads in wetland west of Georgetown, West Demerara Conservancy, Guyana© Pete Oxford
Pygmy sundew (Drosera species) near Pemberton, Western Australia  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674335 Pygmy sundew (Drosera species) near Pemberton, Western Australia© Chris Mattison / NPL
Karri trees (Eucalyptus diversicolor) growing along the Vasse Highway, near Pemberton, Western Australia  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674238 Karri trees (Eucalyptus diversicolor) growing along the Vasse Highway, near Pemberton, Western Australia© Chris Mattison / NPL
Female Bee fly (Comptosia sp.) sucking moisture from decaying plant matter, Mount Ridley Reserve north of Esperance, South west Western Australia.
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90884643 Female Bee fly (Comptosia sp.) sucking moisture from decaying plant matter, Mount Ridley Reserve north of Esperance, South west Western Australia.©
Weevil (Lycosura breweri) crawling over a flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884633 Weevil (Lycosura breweri) crawling over a flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Weevil (Lycosura breweri) crawling over a flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884632 Weevil (Lycosura breweri) crawling over a flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Male Bee fly (Choristus sp.) close up, Darling Range, South west Western Australia.
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90884621 Male Bee fly (Choristus sp.) close up, Darling Range, South west Western Australia.©
Male Bee fly (Choristus bifrons) close up, Dryandra Forest, South west Western Australia.
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90884620 Male Bee fly (Choristus bifrons) close up, Dryandra Forest, South west Western Australia.©
Female Bee fly (Aleucosia tridentata) feeding on Pepper and salt bush (Philotheca spicata) flowers, Wandoo Conservation Park, Darling Range, South west Western Australia.
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90884617 Female Bee fly (Aleucosia tridentata) feeding on Pepper and salt bush (Philotheca spicata) flowers, Wandoo Conservation Park, Darling Range, South west Western Australia.©
Male Bee fly (Aleucosia arguta) feeding on Pepper and salt bush (Philotheca spicata) flowers, Wandoo Conservation Park, Darling Range, Western Australia.
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90884609 Male Bee fly (Aleucosia arguta) feeding on Pepper and salt bush (Philotheca spicata) flowers, Wandoo Conservation Park, Darling Range, Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus stenogaster) close up, Lake Cronin Nature Reserve, South west Western Australia.
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90884607 Mydas fly (Miltinus stenogaster) close up, Lake Cronin Nature Reserve, South west Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus musgravei) resting on tree bark, close up, Yalgorup National Park, south of Mandurah, South west Western Australia.
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90884606 Mydas fly (Miltinus musgravei) resting on tree bark, close up, Yalgorup National Park, south of Mandurah, South west Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus musgravei) close up, Yalgorup National Park, south of Mandurah, South west Western Australia.
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90884605 Mydas fly (Miltinus musgravei) close up, Yalgorup National Park, south of Mandurah, South west Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884604 Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884603 Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884602 Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884601 Mydas fly (Miltinus maculipennis) feeding on Darwinia diosmoides flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Female Bee fly (Sisyromyia aurata) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flowers, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884600 Female Bee fly (Sisyromyia aurata) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flowers, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Female Bee fly (Sisyromyia aurata) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flowers, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884599 Female Bee fly (Sisyromyia aurata) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flowers, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Female Bee fly (Nigromyia sp.) close up, Peak Charles National Park, South east coastal region, Western Australia.
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90884591 Female Bee fly (Nigromyia sp.) close up, Peak Charles National Park, South east coastal region, Western Australia.©
Bee fly (Ngalki trigonum) feeding on flowers (Darwinia sp.), Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884586 Bee fly (Ngalki trigonum) feeding on flowers (Darwinia sp.), Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Female Metallic bee fly (Neosardus nigratus) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884585 Female Metallic bee fly (Neosardus nigratus) feeding on Melaleuca (Melaleuca sp.) flower, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Bee fly (Munjua erugata) feeding on Darwinia (Darwinia sp.) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884584 Bee fly (Munjua erugata) feeding on Darwinia (Darwinia sp.) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Bee fly (Munjua erugata) feeding on Darwinia (Darwinia sp.) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.
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90884583 Bee fly (Munjua erugata) feeding on Darwinia (Darwinia sp.) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, South west Western Australia.©
Waychinicup River inlet, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia, August, 2014.
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90884579 Waychinicup River inlet, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia, August, 2014.©
Granite boulders upstream along the Waychinicup River, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia. August, 2014.
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90884578 Granite boulders upstream along the Waychinicup River, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia. August, 2014.©
Huge granite rock formations along the coastline, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia. August, 2016.
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90884577 Huge granite rock formations along the coastline, Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia. August, 2016.©
Tingle drive through Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) and Red tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) forest, these trees are endemic to high rainfall areas of the south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Wes...
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90884576 Tingle drive through Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) and Red tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) forest, these trees are endemic to high rainfall areas of the south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Wes...©
The Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail with huge Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) trees, a rare eucalyptus tree endemic to high rainfall area in south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australi...
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90884575 The Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail with huge Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) trees, a rare eucalyptus tree endemic to high rainfall area in south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australi...©
The Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail with huge Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) trees, a rare eucalyptus tree endemic to high rainfall area in south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australi...
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90884574 The Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail with huge Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) trees, a rare eucalyptus tree endemic to high rainfall area in south west, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australi...©
Mixed vegetation along the Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australia, October, 2020.
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90884573 Mixed vegetation along the Giant Tingle tree Walk Trail, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australia, October, 2020.©
The tranquil Circular Pool surrounded by trees on Frankland (Kwakoorillup) River, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australia, February, 2021.
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90884572 The tranquil Circular Pool surrounded by trees on Frankland (Kwakoorillup) River, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Western Australia, February, 2021.©
View of surrounding landscape from top of Bluff Knoll, highest peak in the south west region, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October, 2016.
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90884571 View of surrounding landscape from top of Bluff Knoll, highest peak in the south west region, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October, 2016.©
Boardwalk through Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) forest, the third tallest tree species in the world and endemic to south west region, in Snake Gully along the Great Forest Scenic Drive, Shannon Nati...
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90884570 Boardwalk through Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) forest, the third tallest tree species in the world and endemic to south west region, in Snake Gully along the Great Forest Scenic Drive, Shannon Nati...©
Towering Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) trees, third tallest tree species in the world and endemic to south west region, Shannon National Park, Western Australia, July, 2012.
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90884569 Towering Karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor) trees, third tallest tree species in the world and endemic to south west region, Shannon National Park, Western Australia, July, 2012.©
Peak Charles, an ancient granite peak, towering above the surrounding plain at sunset, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia. August, 2012.
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90884568 Peak Charles, an ancient granite peak, towering above the surrounding plain at sunset, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia. August, 2012.©
Velvet bush (Lasiopetalum drummondii) just starting to bloom, South west coastal region, Western Australia.
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90884561 Velvet bush (Lasiopetalum drummondii) just starting to bloom, South west coastal region, Western Australia.©
Native hibiscus (Alyogyne hakeifolia) flower, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884554 Native hibiscus (Alyogyne hakeifolia) flower, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Native hibiscus (Alyogyne hakeifolia) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.
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90884553 Native hibiscus (Alyogyne hakeifolia) flowers, Peak Charles National Park, Western Australia.©
Thomasia (Thomasia paniculata) flower, Mount Frankland National Park, Western Australia.
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90884551 Thomasia (Thomasia paniculata) flower, Mount Frankland National Park, Western Australia.©
Large-flowered Thomasia (Thomasia grandiflora) in flower, South west Western Australia.
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90884550 Large-flowered Thomasia (Thomasia grandiflora) in flower, South west Western Australia.©
Large-flowered Thomasia (Thomasia grandiflora) in flower, South west Western Australia.
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90884549 Large-flowered Thomasia (Thomasia grandiflora) in flower, South west Western Australia.©
Huge granite boulders of the Elephant Rocks formation, William Bay National Park, Western Australia. 2006.
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90884547 Huge granite boulders of the Elephant Rocks formation, William Bay National Park, Western Australia. 2006.©
View of landscape from Mount Pingerup along the Bibbullmun long distance walking track, D' Entrecasteaux National Park, Western Australia. October, 2020.
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90884539 View of landscape from Mount Pingerup along the Bibbullmun long distance walking track, D' Entrecasteaux National Park, Western Australia. October, 2020.©
View of landscape with native trees and vegetation from Mount Chudalup, D' Entrecasteaux National Park, Western Australia, January, 2016.
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90884538 View of landscape with native trees and vegetation from Mount Chudalup, D' Entrecasteaux National Park, Western Australia, January, 2016.©
Huge granite boulders of the Elephant Rocks formation, William Bay National Park, Western Australia. 2006.
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90884536 Huge granite boulders of the Elephant Rocks formation, William Bay National Park, Western Australia. 2006.©
Green Pool, popular swimming and snorkeling beach, William Bay National Park, Western Australia, 2006.
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90884535 Green Pool, popular swimming and snorkeling beach, William Bay National Park, Western Australia, 2006.©
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