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onlooker Jan 18, 2012 12:09 AM

We seem to have an abundance of tiny native wildflowers that are 'peaflower' in shape. Here are a few.

# 1 One of several commonly called 'Egg & Bacon' plants [Pultenaea sp: Fabaceae]

# 2 Glycine [Glycinesp: Fabaceae]

# 3 Creeping hovea [Hovea longifolia]

# 4 Creeping hovea pink form

# 5 False sarsparilla [Hardenbergia violaca]

# 6 haven't been able to identify this one

All these little flowers are 1 cm or less across and taken with my MCON-40 macro lens.



jjdog2 Jan 18, 2012 9:21 AM

Nice series Bernice; brightened my day. :)


banksy Jan 18, 2012 6:38 PM

Beautiful series Bernice. I particularly love the hardenbergias, especially #5 with the drops of water.

lorenww Jan 26, 2012 5:39 PM

Nice and colorful series. Has a refreshing feeling to it.

onlooker Jan 27, 2012 12:43 AM

Thank you very much jj, banksy & loren. They certainly are bright little gems which gleam out at you as you walk along. These were all taken at various National Parks we have been exploring.



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