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Default Red and Green Forms of the Western Heart-leaved Twayblade

One of our smallest native orchids. Both forms are often found growing together:



Native Orchids of the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies: Heart-leaved Twayblade (Listera cordata)
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Thanks, Kevin.
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Thanks, Sonya.
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fantastic stuff!
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Thanks, Tindo.
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In bright sunlight and where there are a lot of these, they look like little insects dancing. Thanks, Rosie.
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I saw these in Alaska on a vacation several years ago. It was amazing. Your photo really captures their petite elegance.
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