Please help with ID and sorry for the bad photo, I took it with my Laptop and I was trying not to touch it but it in a rather awkward position on the edge of a very steep bank. It is the first greenhood I have seen this season.
There are perhaps 100 trees like this in this large, open paddock, making it a very significant block of land. Unfortunately the block is a horse riding complex so plant variety in the understorey is limited.
Limosella australis is a new species record for Riddells Creek and the Macedon Range area. Unusual spathulate leaves. Wet edge of dam, hidden under a thicket of Eleocharis sphacelata. Elatine gratioloides in the background.
Many thousands of plants at this site. Mostly single-stemmed and upright but occasionally multi-stemmed and ascending stems on plants one foot wide. Flowers very small, same size as Cicendia and Sebaea.