What a wonderful circular trip through the Lesueur National Park in September. The wildflowers are a treat in quantity, quality and diversity. The cycads on the left hand side of the circular road are in full cone (both males and females) from a burn about 2 years back; by contrast, those on the unburnt side are not coning at all. This is the well known masting effect common in fire-adapted cycad populations.
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