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flowering snow gum with insects

flowering snow gum with insects

Says Manu Saunders, Ph.D., postdoctoral research fellow at the University of New England, Australia: “One of my all-time favourite field work observations was finding this flowering snow gum (Eucalyptus sp.) in a hazelnut orchard at Batlow, New South Wales. It was loaded with scores of native insect species (from four orders), all crawling over each other to get into the flowers.” (Photo courtesy of Manu Saunders, Ph.D.)

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