These hybrids flower in two spots in Foxes Lair and occasionally on other reserves.
They vary in colour and shape as one or other parent species passes on dominant genes.
This flowers each year in August/September near in a spot near the road leading from the main entrance to the Marri picnic area. To find it stop at the mallee patch on the left of the track. Walk downslope and down a breakaway to a clump of broombush (Melaleuca hamata – flowers in November and only occurs here). There is a clump of orchids in a low bush on the downslope side – compare it with the little pink fairy orchids nearby.