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Images Dated 24th July 2014

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Choose from 111 pictures in our Images Dated 24th July 2014 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


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Typical dominant tall monsoon sclerophyll forest of Darwin woollybutt (half-barks) and Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus miniata Eucalyptus tetrodonta)

Typical dominant tall monsoon sclerophyll forest of Darwin woollybutt (half-barks) and Darwin stringybark (Eucalyptus miniata, Eucalyptus tetrodonta), in early wet season. Garig Ganuk Barlu National Park, Cobourg Peninsula, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia

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Australian, Ecosystem, Eucalypts, Forest, Gum Trees, Gumtrees, Gurig National Park, Landscape, Monsoon Forest, Nature, Open, Sclerophyll Forest, Trees, Tropical, Vegetation, Wet Season

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Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei)

Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei). Gidgee replaces Brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) as rainfall falls below 550 mm per year and lies in a belt west of the Brigalow belt, forming part of the extensive acacia-dominated forest woodland shrublands of inland Australia. Like Brigalow, it has been cleared over large areas for pastoral and agricultural development, particularly in the east of its range, but has suffered less than Brigalow since it occupies semi-arid lands further inland which is only suitable for rangeland grazing. Near Bourke, northwestern New South Wales, Australia

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Trinidad chevron tarantula (Psalmopoeus cambridgei)

Trinidad chevron tarantula (Psalmopoeus cambridgei) close up. Some people can be allergic to the venom, and these tarantulas can flick urticating hairs from their abdomens so they can make hazardous pets. Origin: Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean

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Aggressive, Animal Portrait, Arachnid, Arboreal, Bird Eating Spider, Brush Footed Spider, Fierce, Frightening, Furry, Giant Spider, Hairy, Mygalomorph, Pet, Primitive Spider, Scary, Spider, Tarantula, Texture, Theraphosidae, Venomous, Wildlife Trade