Successive episodes of barking by rabbits can be seen on the lower part of the stem of this immature mulga (Acacia aneura), in the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park, South Australia. The bark grows back over the chewed and scarred tissue, only for the new bark to be eaten during the next rabbit plague.
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|Author||Dr. Robert Henzell|
|Secondary Author||Robert Henzell|
|Place published||Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park, South Australia|
|Institution||Animal and Plant Control Group, SA|