|Charles Moore, date and photographer unknown.|
Courtesy State Library of New South Wales.
|Churnwood Citronella moorei, family Cardiopteridaceae, Bunya Mountains National Park, Queensland.|
This rainforest tree was collected by Moore in northern New South Wales and named by English
botanist George Bentham.
|Macrozamia moorei, in dry ironbark forest, Mt Moffat NP, central Queensland.|
This big cycad - the largest Macrozamia species in Australia - was named by von Mueller for Moore in 1881.
|Pinkwood or Plumwood Eucryphia moorei, Monga National Park, New South Wales; named by von Mueller in 1863.|
An ancient Gondwanan, with five Australian and two South American species.
|Kunzea recurva, Stirling Ranges National Park, Western Australia.|
|Kunzea parvifolia, near Canberra.|
This lovely shrub covers disturbed land, including unworked farmland, in spring, in its
role as an ecological coloniser. For the same reason it is sometimes also regarded as a weed.