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Here's a Calochilus campestris for you. Not fully open I know but they are
difficult to photograph as you have to be there on the right day.

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Another nice one. Does the "beard" keep developing for a few days after the
flower opens?
-danny

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Here's a Calochilus campestris for you. Not fully open I know but they are
difficult to photograph as you have to be there on the right day.

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Thanks danny. The beard is developed when the flower opens and pretty much
stays the same so unlike us.

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