Substrate was a typical sandy ground with laterite pebbles and coarse silika gravel.
Luckily we found it in flower - its petals have a quite interesting shape.
The flower is very variable - unfortunately we could not find one of these flowers with fringed petals. But we did not miss anything - in fact we were full of impressions of the fantastic heath flora:
Among the spectacular Banksia and Grevillea pretty colour spots everywhere in blue, yellow, red... some examples follow. Plant names are more or less speculation - everything was new to me, and every few km the flora seemed to change, with new plants everywhere that we haven't seen at the places we visited before and didn't see again at the following spots (as it is true for D. eneabba, that is only known from the area around Eneabba). What a great diversity!
As you see, quite difficult to focus the eyes to the ground Hope you like it -
Edited by Martin Hingst, 12 November 2011 - 16:48 PM.