A few species from the Southern Highlands area South of Sydney. Eriochilus petricola. The identifying feature of this group is their leaves, their flowers do not vary much. A different Eriochilus sp., not sure which. Note the glabrous leaf which lacks anthocyanins, unlike E. petricola. Corunastylis sagittifera. My first time finding this seemingly uncommon species. Above is a flipped image of the underside of one of their non-resupinate flowers. Pterostylis parviflora (Speculantha parviflora). A group of very similar-looking terrestrial species. They generally form either flower spikes or sterile rosettes, usually after flowering. A dewy Pterostylis hispidula, a relative of the much more well known P. nutans. Pterostylis reflexa (Diplodium reflexum) Pterostylis coccina (Diplodium coccinum) Bulbophyllum exiguum (Adelopetalum exiguum). An interesting form, it has pure yellow flowers usually.