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09 Oct 2016
This is Platylobium triangulare, not P obtusangulum. The leaves of these two species are easily confused however the long stem (pedicel) of the flowers with the small recurved bracteoles located just at the flower bases confirms this is P. triangulare. See Lorraine Phelan's image of P. obtusangulum from Sept 4 2017 which shows the very large bracteoles completely hiding the short pedicel of the flower on P. obtusangulum.
13 Oct 2018
Id corrected as described by John
16 Oct 2018
20 Oct 2007
Glenelg NP. Not sure of precise location. Showing ID feature - long peduncles on flower and seedpod (flowers/seedpods sessile on P. obtusangulum).