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a bit strange...

Uploaded by: linear

Sunday June 2, 2013

Brooklyn, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: the yellow caught my eye in the undergrowth at the edge of the wetlands...

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Light Source: 0

Flash: Flash did not fire.

Focal Length: 85.0 mm

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6. PhragGrower
12:52 AM GMT on June 19, 2013
I believe this is Cypripedium kentuckiense. It is not the Minn. state flower. The pink Lady Slipper Cypripedium reginae is the Minn. state flower. We had both at the May meeting of the Peninsula Orchid Society in San Mateo, California, but only because one of our members, Leo Kusber, takes the trouble to put them in his refrigerator over the winter, then plants them and brings them in into bloom. You can see photos of them if you go to the POS website and look in the June newsletter.
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5. CythiaSue
4:00 AM GMT on June 16, 2013
Beautiful photo, it's the Minnesota State Flower.
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4. richteas
6:36 PM GMT on June 08, 2013
Gusbuster, it's a Lady Slipper Orchid. Actually, they're rather rare, and hard to find in most areas anymore.
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3. gusbuster
3:34 AM GMT on June 03, 2013
Totally kool, what is it called
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2. minou
1:33 AM GMT on June 03, 2013
wonderful find and capture!
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1. emk1028
1:13 AM GMT on June 03, 2013
Beautiful!! You have found a yellow ladies slipper.
Congrats!
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