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Early Marsh Orchid Orveytbos, Belgium. Names provided by expert guide from Natuurpunt-Zwevegem. June 4. 2017. Belgium,Dactylorhiza incarnata,Early marsh-orchid,Geotagged,Spring Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Early Marsh Orchid

Orveytbos, Belgium. Names provided by expert guide from Natuurpunt-Zwevegem. June 4. 2017.

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''Dactylorhiza incarnata'', the early marsh-orchid, is a perennial, temperate-climate species of orchid generally found growing in wet meadows, and generally on base-rich soils, up to about 2100m asl. The species occurs widely in Europe and Asia from Portugal and Ireland east to Siberia and Xinjiang.

There are several subspecies and also hybrids, rendering the identification of this species more difficult, but typically, the flowering spike is robust with a hollow stem, 25–60 cm tall,.. more

Similar species: Agaves, Aloes, Onions
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Dec 25, 2017. Captured Jun 4, 2017 14:59 in Comminnestraat 30-32, 8552 Zwevegem, Belgium.
  • SP-100EE
  • f/2.9
  • 1/200s
  • ISO125
  • 4.3mm