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|What you see here is the cover of a tree that has completely been eaten by a strangling fig tree. |
The fig tree has copied the shape of his former host which once was a gumtree in the Daintree rainforst at Cape tribulation. Up in the tablelands another species of fig trees forms kind of a curtain and slowly tears its host to the ground. Will try to post an example later on.
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- [2005-05-30 11:03]
Hi Thomas. This is a good, clear illustration of a fascinating but not-too-easily photographed subject. Well done indeed.
I was looking this picture some times, I didn't know what to write about it... Wonderful ^_^