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Dicksonia antarctica (soft tree fern, Dicksoniaceae)

 

 

Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
D. antarctica, right and background. Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech), left; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) and Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood), smoothbarked trees in the background. Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia, at 180 m.
D. antarctica, left; Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech), background; Anopterus glandulosus (Tasmanian laurel), extreme left. Stephens Rivulet, Tarkine Wilderness, Tasmania, Australia.
Gully bottom with D. antarctica; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras), left. Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 570 m.
D. antarctica in gully, bottom left. Eucalyptus regnans (Australian mountain ash) forest on the ridge; Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech), extreme right; Cyathea cunninghamii (slender tree fern), tall tree ferns, centre; Cyathea australis (rough tree fern), tall tree ferns visible between Nothofagus branches. Tarra-Bulga National Park, Victoria, Australia, at 620 m.
D. antarctica and Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras). Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia, at 450 m.
The fern is D. antarctica. Solitary Eucalyptus delegatensis (alpine ash) in Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) forest. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
Creek valley filled with fallen trunks. Ferns: D. antarctica. Trees: Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) and Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech). Elev. 380 m. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
D. antarctica and Eucryphia lucida (leatherwood). Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
D. antarctica and Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech) foliage. 2 large Eucalyptus delegatensis (alpine ash) trees. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, Australia, at 550 m.
In the understory, D. antarctica. Doryphora sassafras (sassafras, the dense-crowned trees) invading Nothofagus moorei (Antarctic beech, thicker trunks) forest. Barrington Tops National Park, NSW, Australia, at 1430 m.
D. antarctica understory. Nothofagus moorei (Antarctic beech, large trees) forest, with Doryphora sassafras (sassafras) saplings. Barrington Tops National Park, NSW, Australia.
On the right, Dicksonia antarctica. On the left, trifoliolate leaves of Vesselowskya rubifolia (southern marara). Upper reaches (1200 m) of Chichester River, Barrington Tops National Park, NSW, Australia.
D. antarctica understory in Eucalyptus regnans (Australian mountain ash) stand. All the trees in the photo are about 90 metres tall. Styx Tall Trees Forest Reserve, Tasmania, Australia.
D. antarctica leaves, bottom. Eucalyptus delegatensis (alpine ash), left and background; Nothofagus cunninghamii (myrtle beech), right; Atherosperma moschatum (southern sassafras) foliage, left. Lower Coles Road, Tasmania, Australia.
Some trees of Evercreech Forest Reserve, Tasmania, Australia.