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Photographs by Australian photographer Wayne Lawler

Choose from 53 pictures in our Wayne Lawler collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.

Gidgee forest (Acacia cambagei) Featured Wayne Lawler Print

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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Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa) Featured Wayne Lawler Print

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa)

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa), in a tributary of Running River, Burdekin River catchment. Gives birth to live tiny versions of itself that can exist in an arrested state under the mother's abdomen for up to six months until rain comes. Adults can live in their metre-deep burrow for six years waiting for rain. Mount Zero-Taravale Wildlife Sanctuary, adjoining the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, North Queensland, Australia

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Crinum lilies (Crinum sp.) Featured Wayne Lawler Print

Crinum lilies (Crinum sp.)

Crinum lilies (Crinum sp.), in Gidgee woodland at sunset on creek flat. This park preserves a mosaic of plant communities representative of the Channel Country: coolibah woodland, bluebush shrubland of Thomson River floodplain, gidyea, mulga and other semi-arid woodlands, and Mitchell grass plains. In the dry climate, the lilies survive droughts by a deep bulb, sprouting and flowering after rains. Lochern National Park, western Queensland, Australia

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