Western District Lakes adaptation pathways

The anticipation of spring

As the days grow longer and the temperature begins to rise, likewise does our anticipation for spring. It’s that time of year when we dust off our binoculars and clean our camera lenses in preparation for the increased activity that ensues throughout the warmer...
Western District Lakes adaptation pathways

Here there be ‘ghosts’

As the weather cools and the rain falls, ‘ghosts’ come out for the winter. The culprit, a bioluminescent fungi omphalotus nidiformis that emits light when it is fruiting. Omphalotus nidiformis near Torquay They can be found all down the east coast and Tasmania,...