I have been wandering around Foxes Lair since about 1990 but still make new discoveries. Last year i found a single leaping spider orchid (Caladenia macrostylis). Unfortunately, this beautiful double-header is in a public spot and was picked this year, I still pondering on protection measures. It is yet another of the Foxes Lair orchids, which is an only plant or in only one spot.
The intriguing article below tells how spider orchid species could have evolved from general insect pollination to targetting flower wasps.
The ultimate is the flying duck orchid. I have discovered that there is a species in the district and hope to hunt it down next year.
Another specialist is the elbow orchid Spiculaea ciliata, which flowers on and around granite outcrops