drosera pallida- pale rainbow :: This tiny West Australian native climber has some very unusual characteristics what can be seen as round flower like objects are infact the plants leaves. These ‘leaves’ have hair like tubes that radiate from the disk they emmit a sticky substance that glistens in sunlight and attracts insects. The insects become stuck to the leaves and are then absorbed by the leaves as nutrition the flowers come later…

drosera pallida- pale rainbow :: This tiny West Australian native climber has some very unusual characteristics what can be seen as round flower like objects are infact the plants leaves. These ‘leaves’ have hair like tubes that radiate from the disk they emmit a sticky substance that glistens in sunlight and attracts insects. The insects become stuck to the leaves and are then absorbed by the leaves as nutrition the flowers come later…

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri.

Nematolepis phebalioides A small, attractive shrub which occurs in the mallee thickets & heaths between Israelite Bay & Lake Grace in Western Australia. It closely resembles the correa of eastern Australia in floral structure.

Nematolepis phebalioides A small, attractive shrub which occurs in the mallee thickets & heaths between Israelite Bay & Lake Grace in Western Australia. It closely resembles the correa of eastern Australia in floral structure.

Wild Flowers. West Australia.

Wild flowers, Western Australia by Dinkum @ Wikimedia Commons.

Anthocercis viscosa, also known as Sticky Tailflower, is a species of shrub in the Solanaceae family, native to the south coast of Western Australia. It grows up to 3 metres in height and produces white or cream flowers between May and February in its native range

Anthocercis viscosa, also known as Sticky Tailflower, is a species of shrub in the Solanaceae family, native to the south coast of Western Australia. It grows up to 3 metres in height and produces white or cream flowers between May and February in its native range

Spring time 2015. Canola Farm at York Western Australia

Spring time Canola Farm at York Western Australia


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