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Ever since FIDO’s Beach to Birrabeen BioBlitz, I have been ever alert to discover anything ‘new’ or ‘different’ on K’gari. I was always interested, but my interest has been lifted to a new level. Thus it was that when driving into Eurong’s Residential Valley, I spied in my peripheral vision a Caeasalpinia bonduc. It was in a site driven and walked past hundreds of times each week. Peter Shooter had previously discovered one very large rambling specimen the Happy Valley dump. This was the first specimen I had seen in Eurong. It was so much smaller but unmistakable even from a passing vehicle. I was so excited that I rushed to get my co-workers to show them this new observation. (more…)