I took the now-traditional walk around the property this afternoon looking for any new spring flowers that had appeared over the past week. Here are the results of that perambulation.
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A Hibbertia, a member of the Guinea Flower family.
Another Guinea Flower family member.
Fabaceae, a member of the pea family.
Goodeniaceae family, a Goodenia.
Either a fat or pregnant lizard making the most of the warmth on a rock.
Unidentified flower. I’m sure I’ve previously identified this one, but can’t find the reference at the moment.