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Interconnectedness I RW194346

While creating this image, I wanted to celebrate the interconnectedness of the incredible diversity of flora that fringes the Pieman River. Trees like leatherwood, celery top pine, sassafras, king billy pine, huon pine, myrtle beech, pencil pine, native laurel, soft tree fern, slender tree fern, blackwood, cutting grass, and native plum fill the forests right up to the rivers' edge. An understory of ferns, mosses, liverworts and fungi each form an essential part of this stunning rainforest ecosystem. A visit to the Pieman River between April and June exposes a wonderland of more than 60 species of fungi and many rare and endangered lichen species. Regionally, this is a temperate botanic paradise.
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While creating this image, I wanted to celebrate the interconnectedness of the incredible diversity of flora that fringes the Pieman River. Trees like leatherwood, celery top pine, sassafras, king billy pine, huon pine, myrtle beech, pencil pine, native laurel, soft tree fern, slender tree fern, blackwood, cutting grass, and native plum fill the forests right up to the rivers' edge. An understory of ferns, mosses, liverworts and fungi each form an essential part of this stunning rainforest ecosystem. A visit to the Pieman River between April and June exposes a wonderland of more than 60 species of fungi and many rare and endangered lichen species. Regionally, this is a temperate botanic paradise.