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An attractive species because of its large, green and white striped flowers and sepal and the petals combining to form a hood with a coppery cowl.
Single flowers form (about 35 mm long and 23 mm wide) on a spike about 150 mm high.
These were seen in a designated flower conservation area of dry sclerophyll eucalyptus woodland. Baluk Willum Flora Reserve.
Spotted on Jun 5, 2020
Submitted on Jun 6, 2020
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