Forest Flora – Daintree Gardenia

#ForestFlora – Gardenia actinocarpa, commonly known as Daintree Gardenia, is part of the Rubiaceae family. It is a rare and endangered species growing only in a very restricted area in the [...]

Forest Flora – King Fern

#ForestFlora – The King Fern (Angiopteris evecta) is one of the largest and most ancient ferns in the world. It’s not to be confused with Todea barbara, a fern that is also called the [...]

Forest Flora – Chingia australis

#ForestFlora – Chingia, from the family Thelypteridaceae, is a small genus of about 20 species that are found throughout Melesia (south-east Asian mainland and archipelagos stretching to [...]

Forest Flora – Daintree Satinash

#ForestFlora – The Daintree Satinash (Syzygium monospermum) is part of the Myrtaceae family and is endemic, occurring in north-east Queensland. These trees can grow up to 17m tall and have [...]

Forest Flora – Yellow Bridal Veil

#ForestFlora – Did you know that the Daintree Rainforest is home to a diverse array of colourful, unique fungi species? Rainforest fungi come in all shapes, colours and sizes and they [...]

Critter Corner – Hercules Moth

#CritterCorner – You may have heard of Hercules… but what about Hercules Moths (Coscinocera hercules)? Despite being the largest moth in the world… Hercules Moths don’t [...]