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Dendrobium mooreanum is an epiphytic orchid from Fiji's Rain Forest (61.69K)

Introduced honeybees are important in agriculture. (83.97K)

Christmas tree worms are common in Porites coral. (65.43K)

Fijian school children in Taveuni (49.77K)

The caterpillar and adult of the fruit-sucking moth (87.24K)

Regal angelfish (45.58K)

The large Fijian ground frog is now scarce ... probably thanks to the introduced mongoose (68.33K)

A delightful old engraving of a Fijian coastal scene (99.26K)

The large Fijian robberfly Promachus triumphans (56.37K)

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