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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:18 pm 
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Steve, I am spellbound by the profusion and variety you are able to find in your area!

The best I can do is a few pyramidal orchids and common spotteds. Maybe a few twayblades.

I have seen a bee orchid and a man orchid once each in the UK in my whole life. Maybe I need to get out of the city more.

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The biggest problem seems to be knowing where and when to go. My starting point in this area was the final section of Anne and Simon Harrap's excellent book "Orchids of Britain and Ireland; A field and site guide." This gives a few venues in every area of the country, even some in "London" such as Lea Valley Park, and Hutchinson's Bank in Croyden, though how accessible these are with respect to the city I am not sure.

Then once you start to visit these places you meet other people who put you on to other sites, birders are very helpful as it seems many twitchers are doing much the same for orchids.


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Out again yesterday afternoon. I returned to a meadow that I had visited about twelve days ago and the difference was amazing. Common Spotted orchids everywhere, (Dactylorhiza fuchsii). It has been very dry so there are perhaps not as many as last year and they are a little shorter, but still impressive. Some just scream at you to photograph them and so I obliged. Some are just bigger and stand out, hybrids perhaps. Others are in small clusters, the result of vegetative reproduction, which I firmly believe is rare in species. But usually it is the white ones that grab my attention.


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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
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A wood at the end of the meadow has Greater Butterfly orchids, Platanthera chlorantha, but these were also mostly still in bud, though I found a couple opening. Apologies for the photos, in years of photographing these I have never got what I consider to be a good photo. White flowers + low light + strong wind + incompetent photographer = terrible photos



I could have spent the rest of my time with the Dacts, but as I moved to the far end of the field I saw it, sticking out like the proverbial sore thumb.
It being a huge Greater Butterfly orchid, standing out in the meadow, obvious from forty yards away. I had never seen this plant before, though from its size it was not a first flowering, so this shows that sticking to the same old paths and heading for the same old plants can lead you to missing out.

I popped into the wood, but some are still in tight bud and the rest just look so weedy compared with what I have christened Big But.

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White flowers + low light + strong wind + incompetent photographer = terrible photos.


Photos still not great as only one factor in the equation had changed and unfortunately it was not the last one!


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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
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Across the road to another small wood next, on heavier ground so the Dacts along the path tend to be bigger, but still not as numerous as in other years. A few Greater Butterfly and Twayblades in the trees, plus to show how mixed up a year this has been an Early purple still in flower.

I know that Twayblades are an acquired taste but if you like them wait for the next instalment!


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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
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Continuing my guide to the orchids of Lincolnshire, and no I don't work for the Lincolnshire Tourist Board, towards the coast there are a couple of long disused quarries which are real gems. Dactylorhiza fuchsii and hybrids everywhere, plus some really nice clumps of twayblades. Lots of grazing, rabbits and deer I assume, mean that many are munched but at least they keep the surrounding vegetation down to make it easier to photograph.


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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
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And so to the second quarry. The Dactylorhiza show is not as good as usual this year, hopefully they are just late, but they are being swamped by the surrounding vegetation. The twayblades have gone crazy, huge clumps, often with no leaves visible, just flower spikes rising from the greenery. A path has been cut revealing a few, beheading many, but at the drier far end where no cutting is needed there is a sea of twayblades, soon to open pyramids and a few tiny bee orchids.
A lovely place.


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 Post subject: Re: UK Orchid season
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Slipped across the border into Leicestershire this afternoon, no passport required, to look for something different. Not a new species but a new variety to me, the wasp orchid, Ophrys apifera var. trollii. Got soaked but happy to find the single plant. Always useful to look for where the grass has been flattened. Added a photo of a nearby bee for comparison.


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So many people dismiss Dactylorhizas as "common" even as "weeds" but then you go out and find them in the wild and remember why they were the plant that inspired you to get into orchids. One of my favourite sites, not the most numerous, but a huge variety. Most are growing along a track, with ditches either side, and rapidly growing reeds that make taking a group or location shot difficult. A little distance away from the others is a clump of white Common Spotted. The only downside is the killer midges.

I think we have Common Spotted (D.fuchsii), Southern Marsh (D. praetermissa) and an array of hybrids here, many of which are towering stately plants.


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On the way home I stopped at a road side nature reserve with very few orchids, some Bees and a group of Common Spotted. Each orchid was marked by a stake with an "orchid" label at the top whilst the Dacts were enclosed in a cage. I still can't make up my mind, good protection or asking to be nicked?

One of the posts, though labelled orchid seemed to be next to something resembling a broad bean. Any id much appreciated.


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My humble offerings are swathes of Dactylorhiza fuschii (Common spotted orchid), Gymnadenia conopsea (Fragant orchid), Anacampatis pyramidalis (Pyramidal orchid), and a few mostly-gone-over Listera ovata (Common twayblade). Plus a nice butterfly: a fritillary of some sort.

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Can't compete with previous posts but we found a few last weekend, this was the nicest (the really nice ones have a habit of mysteriously vanishing).

The site is totally artificial and about ten or twelve years ago a mix of common spotted and northern marsh orchids sprang up and hybridized freely. Over the years the common spotted seem to have died out and most of the orchids left (which have spread massively over the last years) are apparently fairly uniform, i assume they are all now Northern Marsh orchids. The original patch is overgrown now and no orchids remain there, but from a patch about 10m2 they now cover several acres.

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One or two bee orchids dotted about, this one was a darker blue than usual, all very low growing on this site.
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Silvershaded, for what it is worth I think the photo shows a hybrid common spotted x northern marsh. I have a theory that the Dactylorhiza species only rarely multiply vegetatively so as soon as I see a clump, particularly of big imposing plants I start thinking hybrid. For me the lip is too "toothy" for Northern marsh.

Rob, love the fragrants. I think my local population has bit the dust. It had been hanging on at six or seven plants for a few years but nothing now for two years. Hopefully a few non flowering plants still lurk in the vegetation.


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Silvershaded, for what it is worth I think the photo shows a hybrid common spotted x northern marsh. I have a theory that the Dactylorhiza species only rarely multiply vegetatively so as soon as I see a clump, particularly of big imposing plants I start thinking hybrid. For me the lip is too "toothy" for Northern marsh.


Wouldnt be at all surprised Steve, the original patch were very hybridised, its a few years since i was down there but was really very surprised to see how uniform most of them had become. Not a whitish spotty leaved one to be seen anywhere. (any chance they could be southern marsh?).

This was the original patch from 10 years ago.

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And these used to be mixed in, but long since gone...
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Looks like SMO in the first, noticeably all singletons which kind of fits my theory. CSO is the white one so I think we now have hybrids of the two, known as Dactylorhiza x grandis.

This just goes to show that orchid populations are very dynamic, coming and going, responding to changes in the environment, often being out competed by other plants etc. I always say to people that if someone tells you about native orchids and you are interested in seeing them, go this year. Do not assume that they will be there next year.


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Popped back to the quarry that I visited earlier in the year. It's now a sea of common spotted orchids with a few pyramids mixed in. Love it.


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That's pretty much my reaction every time I go into the quarry Rob, even though it's been a few years since I first visited.


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I finished the afternoon down on the coast at one of the grazing marshes. Dactylorhiza virtually gone over now but Pyramids everywhere (Anacamptis pyramidalis) and some very impressive clumps of twayblades, albeit past their best. Did a circular walk which was great except for the horseflies. Butterflies everywhere, more than I had seen so far this year put together. No photographs as it was warm and windy and they would not stay still. Just before I got back to the car I found what I was looking for, marsh helleborines, Epipactis palustris. Mostly just opening so about a week from their best show, but the only ones in Lincolnshire which have always eluded me before. I just wish that people were more careful about where they tread when taking photographs as several unopened ones had been squashed by people trying to get to the open ones. I managed to use a zoom to get a few shots without treading on any!
So that's just about it from my part of the world for a while, at least until the end of the month when the woodland helleborines flower.


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