Along Gantheaume Point, in Broome, the cliffs are red and spiky. More limestone, I think, for Becky’s squares.
Native to Western Australia, and for Cee’s FOTD.
They are named trigger plants because of their response to insects landing for pollen. A part of the plant shoots forward and slaps pollen on the back or legs of the insects.
Another in the extensive species, found in the Pilbara region. This one was in Karijini National Park and is for Cee’s FOTD.
Or adenanthos cygnorum, native to Western Australia, for Cee’s FOTD
Two of its forms, from Western Australia’s Wheatbelt, for Cee’s FOTD
Another native of Western Australia, for Cee’s FOTD
Another Western Australian native for Cee’s FOTD