I showed a detail of one flower of this species before (see image 18/05) and a colourless specimen (see image 27/05).
Most of the time only individual flowering spikes can be found, but sometimes a few plants grow together. I found several groups and I decedid to show a picture of these in order to give an impression on the flowering spikes. The flowers look like flies as the common name states: Fly-orchid / Vliegenorchis
image: Viroinval (B) 3/06/2010
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