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Default Long-spurred Piperia

Photographed at Goose Rock on the north end of Whidbey Island near Deception Pass.



Native Orchids of the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies: Giant Rattlesnake Orchis and Two Piperias at Goose Rock
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Awesome find, and great photos!
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Nice, something about green and white orchids with me. the spur looks like a healthy root with that green tip.
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Thanks, Sonya and Dave. These are always a welcome find, since they are among the last of our native orchids to bloom.
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Here's another close-up picture. The dark green color is also diagnostic.

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Thanks ever so much, Sonya.
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