Little yellow flowers

Asked August 2, 2016, 6:28 AM EDT

Hi there, Just wondering what this small yellow flower is? I'm not squashing the petals in the picture, that's how the flowers grow -- with the two curved petals on top and the three jutting out from the bottom. It was a small ground level plant. Regards, Brigitte

Outside United States wildflowers and native plants plant identification australia

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Hi,
it is growing in Beaconsfield in Victoria, Australia. It is growing mostly at the base of other small trees, but in both sun & shade. Normal elivation. It's winter here so it was rather damp but i assume they grow in dry/hot conditions too since it gets like that in summer,



This is Goodenia ovata. Here is the page about it from the Australian Native Plant Society: http://anpsa.org.au/g-ova.html