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Sturt's Desert Pea

Growing wild on the footpath
G'day from Karratha

July 7th 2009
After a pleasant couple of days at Carnarvon where we met some very nice 'neighbours', we left there yesterday morning, still trying to decide whether we'd go to Tom Price and Karijini National Park or straight north. We saw the sign to Karratha and that decided us. Yesterday's trip was through outback country - the usual red dirt, grey-green scrub with the occasional beautiful white trunked, wee ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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22nd December 2010

may I use your photo for teaching?
Hi Val and Doug, This is a wonderful photo of Sturt's Desert pea and I would love to have your permission and a digital copy of it to use in my teaching files at UNE. Please get back to me about it soon, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, Lynette McLean, Genetics lecturer, UNE Armidale, 2351 work Phone: 6773 5118
22nd December 2010

may I use your photo for teaching?
Hi Val and Doug, This is a wonderful photo of Sturt's Desert pea and I would love to have your permission and a digital copy of it to use in my teaching files at UNE. Please get back to me about it soon, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, Lynette McLean, Genetics lecturer, UNE Armidale, 2351 work Phone: 6773 5118

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