Macrozamia are fire tolerant. In this region they have to be as graziers periodically
burn off the land to increase the growth of native grasses for cattle.
Although they seem to contain oils and resins which
make them burn rapidly and dramatically as shown here, the trunk and roots remain viable and the plant leafs out
again in a matter of months.
In full flame. Afterglow.
"Ephiphytes only grow in rainforests." Epiphytes on macrozamia near Battleship Spur.
Apostlebirds. So-called because they are often seen in large groups (e.g., of 12). These were from a group of nine.
On the road (from the bus).