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Growing within gumland/shrubland habitat in fully exposed and partially covered clay soil. Immature plants look a lot like a young Shoenus tendo. Small spider webs visible on flowers. To me the small flowers look like a resting fly which could potentially be a pollinator!

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Genoplesium pumilum - Photo (c) Jack Warden, all rights reserved
jack4's ID: Genoplesium pumilum, a member of orchids (Family Orchidaceae)
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Genoplesium pumilum - Photo (c) Jack Warden, all rights reserved
bill-nz's ID: Genoplesium pumilum, a member of orchids (Family Orchidaceae)
Posted by bill-nz 2 months ago (Flag)
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Genoplesium pumilum - Photo (c) Jack Warden, all rights reserved
jack4's ID: Genoplesium pumilum, a member of orchids (Family Orchidaceae)
Genoplesium pumilum - Photo (c) Jack Warden, all rights reserved
Community ID: Genoplesium pumilum, a member of orchids (Family Orchidaceae)
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