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Choose from 193 pictures in our Ecosystem collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei) Featured Print

Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei)

Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei). Gidgee replaces Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) as rainfall falls below 550 mm per year and lies in a belt west of the Brigalow belt, forming part of the extensive acacia-dominated forest woodland shrublands of inland Australia. Like Brigalow, it has been cleared over large areas for pastoral and agricultural development, particularly in the east of its range, but has suffered less than Brigalow since it occupies semi-arid lands further inland which is only suitable for rangeland grazing. Near Bourke, northwestern New South Wales, Australia

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Looking-glass mangrove (Heritiera littoralis) Featured Print

Looking-glass mangrove (Heritiera littoralis)

Looking-glass mangrove (Heritiera littoralis), with buttress roots, and pandanus (Pandanus sp.) at Noah Creek. Cape Tribulation section, Daintree National Park, North Queensland, Australia

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Aerial Roots, Australian Forests, Australian Plants, Biodiversity, Biome, Buttressed, Coastal, Eco Tourism, Ecosystem, Ecotourism, Estuaries, Estuary, Growth Habits, Indigenous, Jungle, Kuku Yalanji, Lowland Tropical Rainforest, Lush, Mangroves, Plants, Rain Forest, Root System, Salt Tolerant, Swamps, Traditional Owners, Trees, Tropical Rainforest, Variety, Wet Tropics Of Queensland, World Heritage Area

Stilt-rooted mangroves (Rhizophora stylosa) Featured Print

Stilt-rooted mangroves (Rhizophora stylosa)

Stilt-rooted mangroves (Rhizophora stylosa), The name mangrove applies to particular tree species or whole communities of plants which inhabit tidal swamps, areas of muddy silt in river estuaries and other areas regularly inundated by the sea, typically sheltered from strong wave action and tidal currents. There is a great mixing of marine and terrestrial animals and these habitats are important nurseries for fish. Loloata Island Resort, off Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

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