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A low shrub with small attractive flowers with curled red/yellow perianth. A few had extended yellow tipped stigma (pic 2). Leaves were small hairy and ovoid on long trailing branches.
Spotted along rocky tracks in a national park - The Grampians.
This species is said to extend from the north of Melbourne upwards to Canberra. They extend westwards upto the Grampians.
This was perhaps a little early in the season as there were just a few flowers on these plants.