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Pyramidal Orchid

Anacamptis Pyramidalis

Description:

Locally common in parts of Ireland. Plants in Ireland often have more intense colours. The flowers are deep pink with a 3-lobed lip and a long spur. Dense, conical or domed flower heads. Seen between June and August.

Habitat:

Orchid of scrub, grassland, dry banks and sand dunes.

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2 Comments

looks like an Dactylorhiza...

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Dublin 5, Ireland

Spotted on Jul 2, 2011
Submitted on Jul 6, 2011

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