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Default Pale form of the Western Coralroot

Photographed at Lake Elizabeth. This species comes in a rainbow of colors. The photo shows one of the paler color forms. Many other color forms can be seen at the link below.



Native Orchids of the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies: Color Forms of the Western Coralroot
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Wow, great shots. I love this paler form, it has a real delicate beauty. Having said that I also like the really dark pink/purple form in some of your other pictures... but then I can never resist those sorts of shades.
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Thanks, Rosie, Plant, and Sonya, for your valued comments.
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