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18th September

Paddy Melon, an introduced species comes from seeds dropped by Afghan Cameleers in the 19th century. Camels eat them overseas, but the poor soils of Australia have added minerals which make them acrid and inedible.

20th September

Wild flowers on the top of King's Canyon.

23rd September

This tiny plant was clinging to a crack in Ormiston Gorge.