lavender seeds

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Subject: lavender seeds
From: Alison Mackerras <>
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2015 04:19:31 +0000
After Professor Homberger's fascinating talk on Wednesday I was very
interested to see crimson rosellas biting into old dry-looking galls on
Acacia floribunda in our yard this morning.  I can't tell from the
debris whether they found any larvae or not.

Alison Mackerras

On 11/07/15 12:39, n/a n/a wrote:
> Two Crimson Rosellas are eating lavender seeds in out front garden,
> First time this has been observed.
> Bill Graham

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