I am very keen to get my hands on seed or live specimens (legally obtained of course) of a particular form of Stylidium (Trigger Plant) which I have only seen growing in Tasmania. The form I am after is a rather robust specimen which grows in great swathes along the roadside embankments at higher altitudes - mostly in the transition zone between the wet forests on the mountain slopes and the snowgum scrub on the plateau. Although you will see it on suitable sites lower down, and also scattered among the snow gums higher up. It is characterised by spikes of lage, bright magenta blooms, and should be in flower about now.
The reason I am after this particular form, other than it's vivid coulour is the size of it's blossoms. Each flower is about the size of a five cent peice - making each petal about the same size as the entire flower of your average Stylidium graminifolium.
When I first saw these, I assumed them to be a form of Stylidium graminifolium, but further research suggests they may be Stylidium dilatatum:
http://www.utas.edu.au/dicotkey/dicotke ... lidium.htm
http://www.utas.edu.au/dicotkey/dicotke ... latata.htm
I would of course compensate hadsomely anyone who could procure these for me.