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Tiny orchid? Need help with ID.

Uploaded by: luvdaoutdoors

Monday July 15, 2013

Mentor, MI

Caption: Need help with an ID for this little flower. Yes, that is my thumb and forefinger in the background. Full plant is shown in second shot of this series.

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1. ChrisAnthemum
5:38 AM GMT on July 16, 2013
Yes, definitely an orchid, but what type I don't know. My book says 140 species of orchids grow wild in North America.
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