|Many Xanthorroaea flower heads were covered in assorted invertebrates.|
|Onion-orchid, Microtis arenaria perhaps?|
|Heath Milkwort - the common purple form.|
|Cape Barren Geese.|
|Early morning 'grunter'.|
|Large Tongue-orchid - Cryptostylis subulata?|
|Large Tongue-orchid - widespread and common but a first for me.|
The above is a small sample of some flora and fauna I ticked on day two.
The bewildering array of flowers and orchids in particular was stunning. Frequently I would be down on the ground concentrating on getting an acceptable image of one species and from the corner of my eye another would appear. One time I needed to bend a stem away from the lens for a clearer picture and on top of that stem was a flower that to me was a lifer – heaven!