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Nigritella buschmanniae #2

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 6 October 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Series: European Terrestrial Orchids

Nigritella buschmanniae (NL: - / EN: "Adolfine Buschmann's Vanille Orchid" / DE: Adolfine Buschmanns Kohlröschen / FR: Nigritelle d'Adolfine Buschmann) is a species of European terrestrial Orchid.
The same species and group as in yesterday's post. More info on the species: see yesterday.
Because for me this is by far the most attractive Nigritella species I found during my journey in the Italian Dolomites, I think it is appropriate to post two images of this species.

More images and info on European terrestrial orchids can be found on my Wordpress-Blog about European Orchids

Image: Brenta (IT) (loc. typ.) - 15/07/2011

Canon EOS 400D 1/320 second F/4.5 ISO 200 150 mm

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Marilla from Turku, Finland

This flower makes me think about Christmas flowers, I don't know why. Very pretty blossoms.

6 Oct 2011 4:36pm

Jaytee from Fresno, California, United States

Beautiful! Simply breath taking!

6 Oct 2011 10:04pm

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

wonderful colours

14 Oct 2011 5:06am

Canon EOS 400D
1/320 second
ISO 200
150 mm