Swamp Orchid – Back from the Brink
Friday, 05 October 2018 by Natura Pacific
Swamp Orchid (Phaius tankervilleae var. australis) Once upon a time, huge tracts of the South East Queensland coastline were host to a thick, impenetrable forest of tea-tree swamps. This low-lying coastal land was a paradise for biodiversity with rich soils, plenty of water and luscious vegetation. It was also home to Australia’s tallest orchid. Standing
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VIDEO: A rare find in Logan – Melaleuca irbyana
Wednesday, 14 September 2016 by Natura Pacific
Our Natura Consulting field team share with you a rare find as they come across the endangered native swamp tea-tree (Melaleuca irbyana) during vegetation surveys in Logan. To find out how we can help you with the environmental management of your project contact us today, or take a look at the Consulting services we offer.