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Small genus of 2 plants. Rattle beaks (L. serratas) are confined to the higher rainfall areas of SW WA in a variety of habitatas from coastal heath to Jarah forest. Brown beaks can be found growing in the woodland forests of Queensland, NSW, Victoria, and Tasmania.
|L. serratas - Rattle beaks gallery||L. suaveolens - Brown beaks|
Resources and External Information
- Lyperanthus serratas at Florabase. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Government of Western Australia
- Lyperanthus suaveolens at Orchids Wiki
- Lyperanthus suaveolens at Retired Aussies
- Lyperanthus_suaveolens page at Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
- Jones, D and Jones, B. (2000). A Field Guide To Native Orchids of Southern Australia, Blooming Books, Hawthorn, Victoria.
- Liddelow, W.R. (2006). A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia, R&R Publications Australia Pty Ltd.
- Hoffman, N & Brown, A 2011, Orchids of South-West Australia, 3rd edn, University of Western Australia Press, Crawley.
- Jeanes, J & Backhouse, G 2006, Wild Orchids of Victoria, Australia, Aquatic Photographics, Australia.