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.
Even more exciting was a find in this reserve of the Bent Spider Orchid, which is a Caladenia multiclava /Caladenia polychroma hybrid
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