FOLIAGE IDENTIFICATION WALK #2. – for those who want to get a bit more out of their bushwalking!
WHERE – Brisbane Koala Bushlands (see attached)
DATE – Saturday October 2/10/21
TIME – 9am – 11am approx
INFORMATION – easy 2 hour track was plus (byo) cuppa at finish through a good selection of stringy barks, iron barks and interesting smooth barks with a lot of smaller foliage also. If you want to swat up on vegetation here is a key –
Corymbia henryi and/or Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa woodland. Other frequently occurring canopy species may include Eucalyptus crebra, E. carnea, E. tindaliae, E. siderophloia, C. citriodora subsp. variegata, Angophora leiocarpa, E. acmenoides, E. helidonica, E. propinqua, C. intermedia and E. seeana. Rarely includes patches of E. dura.
Usually occurs on low hills, hills and footslopes of mountains in near coastal areas on Palaeozoic and older moderately to strongly deformed and metamorphosed sediments and interbedded volcanics.
LEADER – Glenn Brown.
Message Amanda mob 0401 017 941
Brisbane Koala Bushlands
137 Alperton Rd