These photos were taken on a walk from Thornleigh to Porters Ck along the Lane Cove River Valley.

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Above - An ant swarm. I think they do this if their colony gets too large and they need to divide into two - or perhaps if they need to move the nest eg due to being flooded.

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Above - This bolete was growing out of a rock

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Above - Greenhood orchid

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Above - Growing inside a hollow tree. Perhaps

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