FourFour2: The Australian landscape is full of plants and animals that can infect us with a potentially fatal pathogen.
But this week, a plant that was once a part of Australia’s landscape was found to be a new species of Encephalomycota.
It’s a rare species in Australia, but in its native Australian habitat, the species has spread to more than a dozen different locations.
In some cases, the plants have caused death.
One of these cases occurred in Victoria, where a plant known as an albino rose died from the disease.
The albinos rose has been on the state’s endangered species list since 1997, and the albini rose is a plant native to the western state of South Australia.
The rose was an invasive species that was introduced into the western Victorian community of Southport, which has a population of about 300 people.
“It was a small, isolated population,” said Lisa Wylie, a researcher with the Department of Natural Resources and Water Resources.
“And then over the next 10 years, it grew and became an invasive, invasive species.”
In 2017, Southport residents were notified that the rose had arrived in their area, but the disease had not yet arrived.
The plant was first discovered in the Victorian town of Stokes Plains, which is just west of Melbourne.
The Albinism of the Rose is a Rare Disease in the Landscape, but its Emergence in the West is a Very Special Event.
The plants, which were discovered in June 2018, had not been known to spread disease.
They had been a little underused in the town of Southports, where most of the people live.
“We just didn’t have any of the other invasive species in the area, so it was just a matter of finding them,” said Wylies.
“So we’re now seeing them in the garden of our local nursery, which I think is pretty unusual.”
The plants were discovered along with more than 400 other plants.
This was one of the few places in the world where they had been established in the past 100 years, according to Wylys.
This isn’t the first time plants have died out in the state.
In 2013, a number of plants died off in the towns of Port Hedland and Port Douglas in Western Victoria.
Wyliys said that the plants that died were mostly related to the albinism, and that the alberts had become the primary cause of mortality.
In the last 50 years, there have been many more cases, but none as large or widespread as this.
This is a very special event, and it is something that is not really talked about, so the public is very well informed about it.
It is something we’re not always aware of.
“The albinis rose, the rose of albins, have been found in Victoria,” said Alison Loprest, who has worked as a plant biologist in the region.
“They’ve had a very important role in the environment.
They have played an important role for the survival of the plant community and the biodiversity in Victoria.”
What makes the Rose of albinos so special is the fact that they were introduced into Victoria just over a decade ago.
“In the 1990s, it was very difficult to find a suitable place to have them, so we started to look in Victoria for albinists and to find the ones that we could,” she said.
“Then in 2011, we found a place in Victoria where we had albinist populations.”
The Rose of Albinos in Victoria was first identified by Lopres.
“One of the things that was so exciting about this discovery was that we found them in a place where they’d been established for decades,” she explained.
“To find them in Victoria just a few years later, that was quite amazing.”
The Albino Rose of SouthPort, a rare Encephalycota species, was found in the eastern state of Victoria.
Photo: Getty Images Loprets has been studying the rose since it was first spotted in 2014.
“When you see an albin, they look like they’re looking up at you,” she told FourFourtwo.
“That’s what we found.
They look very much like they could be the albatrosses that are soaring up and down in the sky.”
But the rose has an incredibly unusual trait: the albetrosses have not been able to grow to adulthood.
“If we had to guess at their age, we’d say it would be about five or six years,” she noted.
“But when we looked at the adults, they were just the size of a pencil eraser, and they didn’t even have hair.
They were just dead and there was nothing there.”
In 2015, Lopret started working with the albeys to learn more about the plant.
“I think that what really caught our attention was the fact they were completely