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Epiphyte clump
Close up of epiphyte clump in loquat tree.Side facing garden.
Posted by epitree on September 20, 2010 Full Size| Slideshow

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Reply epitree
4:27 AM on September 29, 2010 
Thanks for the comment Murray.Its a pity our native fauna tends to be secretive and very often nocturnal as well.There are about 30 species of native slugs and all of them have the leaf vein pattern.So no leaf pattern means the slug is introduced.Also native slugs dont eat plants unlike the pesky introduced species.
The native slugs graze fungi and algae off the plants surface.
Reply Murray
4:36 AM on September 26, 2010 
Most amazing diversity of flora and fauna that I have ever seen in 800 sq metres. Love the leaf snail, never seen anything like it before and never heard of it either.
Sally and Murray