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Now consider the processes of pollination, seed dispersal and predation in the context of the life cycle, as well as ongoing processes such as seasonality and aging.

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Impacting events are naturally recurring episodic events that have a severe, often immediate, impact on the woodland plants, but which they are generally able to cope with and recover, though sometimes with marked changes in population abundance.

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Explore our scientific projects and find out how they guide the conservation of resilient ecosystems.

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The woodland contains many different organisms but plants are the biggest and most obvious. A few species are trees but most are groundlayer plants, which make up about 90% of the flora.

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Seeing animals is always an exciting part of the woodland visit but most are small, shy or nocturnal, and difficult to see. Invertebrates are creatures that you will see, if you look carefully!

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Our Collections Management team cares for, curates, shares, and preserves the botanical collections housed at the Botanic Gardens of Sydney.  

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The Conservation Woodland at the Australian Botanic Garden was set aside in 1988 and now contains about 13 hectares of Cumberland Plain Woodland vegetation.

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Keen to visit the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah, but don’t think you have enough time to do it justice? Think again the Garden is perfect.