When I have the spare time and weather's permitting I've been doing a fair bit of wild-flowering. I'm still going through the photos and identifying species, but here's a few samples. The fact that the south-west has been named a global diversity hot spot makes identifying species a little difficult. Let me know if you wish to see more. Most of these photos are of native flora. They're not reptiles unfortunately, but I find the plants that comprise the ecosystems in which the reptiles come from to be just as interesting and beautiful! Two different habitats within the same nature reserve. Daviesia cordata. Kennedia coccinea. Billardiera heterophylla or Sollya heterophylla. This species produces edible fruits. Most people dislike the taste, but I don't mind them. Bossiaea linophylla. Daviesia incrassata. Acacia pulchella. Leucopogon verticillatus. Conostylis setigera. And below are some shots of native fauna. Splendid Fairy-wren (Malurus splendens). This male is in the process of acquiring his truly splendid breeding plumage. This photo was not taken in the bush. South-western Crevice Skink (Egernia napoleonis). This individual's a fairly good climber considering it only had three legs. South-western Crevice Skink (Egernia napoleonis).