AUSTRALIA: Australia’s Outback. Part 2

By Heiko Bleher

…During the first stop at Negritta Falls, we collected Gobiomorphus coxii and grayfish. Moreover, the present vegetation contisted mainly in Typha and Eleocharis spp. The second stop at Glenelg River (Casterton) was disappointing, as no fishes or aquatic plants were left in what is now just a dry waterhole. The same desolate sight was found at Lake Wallace.  After the first three stops, we continued our research…

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