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Looking very much like Holly this straggly shrub had spikey shiny lobed leaves. At the ends of branches were flower buds, seen here as grey lobed structures. Unfortunately it was a little early in the season and there were no flowers on the plant.
Flowers would have long curly pistils that are a characteristic feature of grevilleas.
Spottted on rocky ground - Grampians National Park
This spotting is for documentation of species only. The variation in leaf shapes amongst Grevilleas is amazing and this one was certainly fascinating