River red gum

Australia, 1976

TV show
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Episode of Series “Wildlife Australia”.
Shows the river red gum in its natural habitat, sheltering caterpillars, tiny marsupial carnivores, mistletoe birds, spitfires and saw flies. Also contains unique footage of ants farming slow-witted caterpillars for their sweet sticky secretions, in a three way business arrangement with the tree.

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Credits

co-producer

Dione Gilmour

Michael Vance

production company

Victoria. Ministry for Conservation

ABC-TV (Australia)

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1976

Appears in

Wildlife Australia

Group of items

Wildlife Australia

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