Rainforest riches - Australian Geographic ~ Fruit of the brown tulip oak (Argyrodendron trifoliolatum). When caught in the wind, the propeller-like fruit twirl over and through the forest - carrying the seeds well away from the parent tree
Rattlebox seeds (Crotalaria sagittalis). These are considered invasive small trees. Not long lived, though beautiful flowers. They tend to propagate by following down streams of water and multiplying too much.