Knocked-over bunny tails.
Early in the morning.
Two on the Tessellated Pavement.
Rummaging around in the trees behind the hostel.
Reliably hanging around the hostel.
Growing out of the ground in eucalyptus forest. Looks like it might have a very short stem.
Either S. dilatatum or S. graminifolium, but I neglected to take a photo of the leaves so I don't know which.
Lizard fight! They weren't moving much, but were so involved that I could get quite close.
Growing on living tree in eucalyptus forest. No underside pic, sorry.
Individuals of this species are the tallest flowering plants in the world.
This area is part of a disagreement between conservationists and Forestry Tasmania about logging in old-growth forests. The thing up in the tree is a sort of tent platform sometimes occupied by protesters to prevent the tree being cut.
This species is the tallest flowering plant.
Woody shrub with grey bark.
Or could be Rainbow Trout, I guess, though it looks pretty all-brown.
Frenchman's Cap trailhead area.
Extra-fuzzy moss, like pipe cleaners.
Burrow openings of one of Tasmania's 13 species of freshwater burrowing crayfish.
That stuff that's all over SE Australia and fools me into thinking it's lichen.
The first time I saw one.