|Red Box (Eucalyptus polyanthemos) forest, northern slopes Black Mountain.|
|View east from Black Mountain, across the city to Mount Ainslie.|
|View south from Black Mountain, across Lake Burley Griffin; the dead trees are|
legacies of previous intense fires.
|Open Brittle Gum (E. mannifera) forest, Gungahlin Hill Nature Reserve.|
|Pink form of Thelymitra pauciflora.|
|Brown Caps (where do they get these names?), Stegostyla ustulata.|
|Leopard Orchid, Diuris pardina.|
|Wurmbea dioica; female (above) and male (below).|
Finally, another lily, the Bulbine Lily; this one is in the Aloe family, Asphodelacae, much better represented in South Africa.