Melicytus sp not alpinus occasional plants growing amongst other, shrubs, flax and fern in fire induced shrubland.
very common, both in the beechwood & the meadow with scattered shrubs (on limestone), in flower, the yellow morph only
I found this at my garden, it´s a violet and the climate was hot and dry. The colors were very bright and the details were very small. It had a delicious smell.
dry grassland roadside fenceline; with Discaria to left
Perhaps a response to herbicide, as several unrelated shrubs across the playground were showing similar leaf curl symptoms. In the case of mahoe, it could also be Aceria melicyti mite feeding (or both).
Violaceae /vaɪəˈleɪsiː/ (alternatively Alsodeiaceae J.G.Agardh, Leoniaceae DC. and Retrosepalaceae Dulac) is a family of flowering plants consisting of about 800 species in 21 genera. It takes its name from the genus Viola, the violets and pansies.