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Banksia Ericifolia taken at the Fairmont Resort in Leura, Blue Mountains NSW, Australia.

The Banksia was named after Sir Joseph Banks a naturalist on the Endeavour when James Cook discovered Australia. The first species was collected by Banks in Botany Bay on 29 April 1770. (Wikipedia).


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  • TeresaB
    TeresaB12 months ago

    September 2, 2013

    Beautiful work!

  • Thanks you. that’s wonderful.

    – Deborah McGrath

  • lorilee
    lorilee12 months ago


  • Thanks Lorilee

    – Deborah McGrath

  • orkology
    orkology12 months ago

    This looks a lot more like B. spinulosa (hairpin banksia) than B. ericifolia (heath banksia). The latter has very short leaves (like a heath, hence the name) while the leaves of spinulosa are often 5-10cm long. Both species are common in the upper Blue Mountains heaths, with the spinulosa also widely occurring in the shrubby woodland and forest.
    Regards, Greg

  • Thanks for the information. I appreciate it.

    – Deborah McGrath

  • Lozzar Flowers & Art
    Lozzar Flowers...11 months ago

    Wonderful capture.

  • Thanks.

    – Deborah McGrath

  • EdsMum
    EdsMum10 months ago

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