Caladenia carnea. Native, cool-season herb with narrow-linear, sparsely hairy leaves to 15 cm long and 4 mm wide. Flowerheads are to 24 cm tall and 1–3-flowered. Flowers often have a sweet to musky scent. Sepals and lateral petals outer surfaces are greenish pink, sometimes striped; the inner surfaces whitish pink or greenish white. The dorsal sepal is erect or (rarely) hooding the column. The labellum is 3-lobed, white to pink, with distinct, transverse, red bars towards the base and a yellowish tip. Grows in a wide variety of habitats from coastal heath and shrubland to eucalypt forest and woodland, often surviving and/or recolonizing areas cleared by humans. Hybridizes with C. catenata and C. fuscata in N.S.W.