There are only two grevilleas in Foxes Lair, but several hakeas.
Grevillea tenuiflora/Tassel grevillea is a beautiful but atypical grevillea with narrow clustered flowers and a mildly rude pistil.
It has unusual and stunning flowers that remind me of a picture of marine spoon worms that my daughter sent from Korea. Koreans call them gaebul (penis fish), and consume them with relish to enhance their (ahem) vigour. Without claiming efficacy, I recommend a stroll on the Banksia Trail in September to see masses of the flowers. Latin scholars amongst you know that tenuiflora is a taxonomist’s way of saying ‘narrow flower’.