|Marri-Jarrah dry forest near Bannister; the Jarrah has fibrous bark, the Marri's (see also below) is in little plates.|
|Marri fruit, John Forrest National Park.|
These impressive seed-producers can be 50mm long and 35mm wide; when ripe, they are also formidably tough.
|Red-capped Parrot Purpureicephalus spurius, Albany, |
a truly glorious bird, fairly large and the sole member of its genus.