Thursday, 14 April 2016

Western Granada Province.

A look for some Hybrid Orchids.

Dark Spider Orchid (Ophrys incubacea).
During the day I had a quick look at a spot not to far from the house where last year Juan Pérez Contreras found a nice colony of over 300 spikes of Bumblebee Orchid (Ophrys bombyliflora) and in amongst the two hybrids between it and Sawfly Orchid (Ophrys tenthredinifera) called Ophrys x sommieri. The Bumblebee's were flowering along with lots of Yellow Bee (Ophrys lutea), Mirror (Ophrys speculum), Dark Spider (Ophrys incubacea), Fan-lipped (Anacamptis collina) and Sawfly but none of the Hybrids.

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