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Australian Age of Dinosaurs: Ginkgo wintonensis

Ginkgo wintonensis thrived in the Winton region 95 million years ago, long after other similar species began to disappear around the world. While there is some evidence that the Ginkgoites lingered into the Cenozoic era in Tasmania, the only species found in Australia today is the imported Ginkgo biloba. 

These earrings are exclusive for the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and may be purchased at www.australianageofdinosaurs.com

 

Australian Age of Dinosaurs: Blake's Ghost Gum

Blake's ghost gum (Corymbia blakei) is endemic to arid western Queensland. It is characterized by smooth white bark, linear to narrow lance-shaped adult leaves, creamy-white flowers, and barrel-shaped and cylindrical fruit. These earrings were inspired by the many ghost gums at Dinosaur Canyon at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, Winton, Queensland. 

These earrings are exclusive for the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and may be purchased at www.australianageofdinosaurs.com

 

Australian Age of Dinosaurs: Lolly Bush

 Lolly bush (Clerodendrum floribundum) is a shrub or tree found in Australia and Papua New Guinea. The colorful blue-black stone fruit and red fleshy calyx attract birds, butterflies, and moths. These earrings were inspired by the lolly bush at Dinosaur Canyon at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, Winton, Queensland. 

These earrings are exclusive for the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and may be purchased at www.australianageofdinosaurs.com

 

Badlands National Park: Dusk

Is there a layer cake more beautiful than the strata of the Badlands? I don't think so.

These earrings are an exclusive for the Badlands National Park located in southwestern South Dakota. For more information visit their website at 

www.badlandsnha.org