|Corkwood Hakea lorea, Kata Tjuta National Park, central Australia.|
|Mountain Needlebush H. lissosparma, Ben Lomond NP, Tasmania.|
As suggested by these two photos, hakeas can be found almost anywhere.
|Mountain Needlebush fruit, Ben Lomond NP, Tasmania.|
|Post-wildfire opened hakea cones, Lesueur NP, Western Australia.|
|Small-fruit Hakea H. microcarpa, Namadgi NP above Canberra. |
This species grows in high country boggy areas which do not regularly burn.
|H. neurophyllya, Lesueur NP, Western Australia.|
|Scallops H. cucullata, Twin Creeks Reserve near the Stirling Ranges, Western Australia.|
|Unidentified hakea, Shannon NP, south-western Australia. Any suggestions?|
|Lantern Hakeas in Fitzgerald River NP|
|The leaves of Lantern Hakea; it is likely that at least part of their function is to attract attention to|
the otherwise non-obvious flowers.
|Harsh Hakea H. prostrata, Torndirrup NP, Western Australia.|
|H. recurva, Paynes Find, inland Western Australia.|
|Grass-leaf Hakea H. francisiana (who thought the leaves were its most prominent feature?!), |
Pinkawillinie Conservation Park, South Australia.
|H. invaginata, Ballidu, Western Australia.|
|Grass-leaf Hakea (again - see above comment!) H. multilineata, Goldfields Woodlands NP, Western Australia.|
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