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Thread: NECPS Bog Trip - Western Massachusetts - August, 2014

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    Glad you enjoyed the pics Paul. When I first started collecting temperate orchids (which wasn't all that long ago) many of the Platanthera species were still classified as Habenaria.

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    Thank you so much for sharing with us. That peloric is beautiful.
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    Heck of a day Johnny! That peloric Pogonia is really wild! It never ceases to amaze me how we ignore the beautiful plants right under our noses in favor of those from faraway places.
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    Thanks for the photos. Loved the faint pin strip lines on some of the purps.
    You also have caught my attention into looking at other big plants. Might need to expand view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubRosa View Post
    Heck of a day Johnny! That peloric Pogonia is really wild! It never ceases to amaze me how we ignore the beautiful plants right under our noses in favor of those from faraway places.
    It was a terrific day filled with some really amazing plants. We all walked right by that peloric Pogonia. I only noticed it on my way out of the bog. There were many other P.ophioglossoides at the site that had long since passed and produced their seed pods. I'm curious to see if this form always blooms later in the season than the standard Pogonia. And if so....... why ?. I'll have to watch this site closely next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcal View Post
    Thanks for the photos. Loved the faint pin strip lines on some of the purps.
    You also have caught my attention into looking at other big plants. Might need to expand view.
    That population of purpurea had some very unique individuals.

    What are the "other big plants" you're referring to ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    That population of purpurea had some very unique individuals.

    What are the "other big plants" you're referring to ?
    That was a typo. I meant bog plants.

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    Oh, ha ! Makes more sense.........

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