Solitary, basal, broadly oval, to 10 x 8cm, hairless, flat on the ground, upper surface green, often with red flecks, lower surface paler. Stem bracts, lance-shaped to 4cm long, encirclng the stem
2-10 red and white striped, hood-like flowers, each embraced at the base by a large, red-green bract.
Up to 10 deep red flowers with white dorsal sepal veined red, up to 44mm across. Dorsal sepal hooded, lateral sepals and petals linear and curved inwards. 3-lobed labellum, mid-lobe fringed white to green with purple tip, lateral lobes erect.
Red and white striped
Coastal Banksia woodland, tea-tree heath, grassy low open forest
Date of Last Record
Well drained soils