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Thread: Grampians N.P., south eastern Australia

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    We then headed for home via a final track. Here we found dead Drosera only but a couple of great orchids.

    Firstly a habitat shot-



    Then the orchids-

    The Spotted Sun orchid, Thelymitra ixioides-



    The Leopard Sun orchid., a rare species I was rapt to discover in great numbers-





    Another rare Leek orchid, Prasophyllum sp. aff fitzgeraldii I think-





    And finally a Hornet orchid, Diuris sulphurea-



    Once again, sorry for the massive volume of pics. Hopefully you enjoyed them.

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    I just wanted to thank you for what I believe is the best picture tour I've ever seen! Those are some marvelous photos you have shared and I hope to one day be able to see them in real life for myself.

    Thanks!
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    Great pictures, thanks for sharing.
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    Simply a fantastic tour of CPs and Orchids in situ!! Wow really neat to see them as they grow in nature, seemingly unspoiled! Love the pics of the tuberous drosera.


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    WOW! Great photo tour Seandew! Definitely worth the wait while they loaded.
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    Oh man! AMAZING! That Shingleback lizard is so cute man! I totally want one! Those grass trees are really cool, too.

    I'm not sure which I like better, the dro's or the orchids

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    sweet, love the pics, the first one reminded me of here......... the lil grass trees reminded me of our Yucca feel free to post pics like that anytime!
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    AMAZING!!! Thank you for sharing! I love those spotted sun orchids!
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