As with many "Corybas" (Helmet Orchids), leaves of the Anzybas unguiculatus were found, but flowers were few and far between. Ultimately we found a few "finished" flowers, but only one which was properly open. They were in heavy leaf-litter under mixed Turpentine and Bloodwood forest.
|Corybas unguiculatus (Anzybas unguiculatus)|
|Cyrtostylis reniformis - "Gnat Orchid"|
|Boronia ledifolia ("Showy Boronia")|
There were many Nodding Greenhoods in flower.
We found a small group of these lovely "Maroon-hoods".
|We then returned towards Nowra and Alan spotted these |
beautiful little "Blue Caladenias" (Cyanicula caerulea)
in flower at Flat Rock Creek.
Gorgeous little things and the first of "pretty Orchids" we found.
A sign of a coming Spring season?