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Unidentified at Suppressed - 20 Nov 2020
Unidentified at Suppressed - 20 Nov 2020
Unidentified at Suppressed - 20 Nov 2020
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Unidentified 21 Nov 2020 LisaH

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Just for interest - a bit gruesome, but here is fresh blood pooled at the base of a tree, and running down the trunk - so assume a large owl?


plants wrote:
   22 Nov 2020
This is sap coming from a red bloodwood tree Corymbia gummifera.
LisaH wrote:
   22 Nov 2020
Oops. I was fooled - it was pooled at the base, and on the leaves away from the trunk - and spotted on leaves in the ground at next tree, so imagined an animal being carried and dripping blood. Think I watch/read too much crime!

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  • 20 Nov 2020 09:57 PM Recorded on
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