For someone so boldly beautiful, there are actually no images out there on a google search! At least not at time time of this writing.
But I can understand.
In my time in Paluma I had seen Stylidium eriorrhizum dozens of times on the dry open forest floor. It was not in flower and was all there was was a little neat rosette plant a couple of centimeters wide that had the look of a small ornamental succulent Crussula. Despite having seen numerous trigger plants in Tasmania and even here, it did not occur to me that this plant was a Stylidium.
Then it all fell into place when she finally graced me with her flowers.
Those sticky hairs all along the flower stalk, those pink flowers and those specialized stamens for violently implanting pollen on insect pollinators – unmistakably a trigger plant.