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A Tetratheca species or native black-eyed susan maybe Tetratheca ericifolia/ericoides http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bi... - what do you think? Also see: http://bie.ala.org.au/species/urn:lsid:b...
http://bie.ala.org.au/species/urn:lsid:b... - potentially Gompholobium virgatum - how close were you to the sea? Myall lakes is usually really sandy coastal soil yes?
http://bie.ala.org.au/species/Caustis+pe... - Caustis pentandra? What did the ends of the flower spikes look like?
I think it might be some type of clubmoss. Maybe a lycopodium or lycopodiella http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bi...
http://australianfungi.blogspot.com.au/2... - did any of them look like this? I can see marking on yours so it could be?
Could be Hakea sericea? Does the fruit have 2 little horns/spikes? In the same family as Grevillea, family: Proteaceae
Its a Lasiopetulum sp. (Rusty Petals) not sure which one though..
fantastic Mindanao Horned Frog and photos! Great work :)
Nice flowers. Looks like a cultivar as per ID suggestion above. Can tell its a Leptospermum sp. from shape of the flowers and also lemon/eucalyptus scent of the crushed leaves amongst other traits.
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