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    Green-flowered Helleborine?

    I finally managed to photograph these Helleborines which I am pretty confident are Green-flowered Helleborine. Can someone confirm please? Regards Kevin
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    More Boggy time

    Another day in the New Forest and with some more help I believe I've finally tracked down my first Bog Orchids They are so tiny :) I hope I am right in the identification?
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    Boggy plants ID

    I'm stuck on identifying on the following plants seen in the bogs of the New Forest (UK) Can anyone help?
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    Actual Narrow-lipped Helleborine :-)

    Following on from my earlier thread, I think I can safely assume that, with some kind assistance, I was finally able to see Narrow-lipped Helleborine. I hope people agree? Kevin
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    Possible Narrow-lipped Helleborine

    Thanks - I'm not sure I quite understand but I will go with what you are saying - looks like I need to invest in another book - Wild Flower Key. I assume, then, that all my original photos are all Broad-leaved Helleborine? Just to throw a slight curve ball - are you able to tell me if these...
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    Moth sp.

    I saw this moth on recently in Surrey. I can't identify it - can anyone?
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    Possible Narrow-lipped Helleborine

    Can I ask what you mean by that? Why do the last two pictures IMG_5496.JPEG and P1120245.JPG show a very pointed lip - is this something that can occur in Broad-leaved Helleborine as well?
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    Wood White?

    Thanks - I've also got confirmation on another site that they are Wood Whites. I am now led to believe the Small White pictures are in fact Green-veined White.
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    Possible Narrow-lipped Helleborine

    I found a lot of Helleborine's at Sheepleas yesterday and checked all those in flower for possible Narrow-lipped Helleborine. The majority appeared to be Broad-leaved Helleborine (if not all) but there is this one plant that looks very good for Narrow-lipped Helleborine. It was tricky to get...
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    Wood White?

    I spent some time at Oaken Wood (Surrey). I photographed a number of whites I assume were all Small White but then I got home and check my photos and think I have actually got photos of Wood White - they look good against the UK Butterflies pictures: Wood White...
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    Green-flowered Helleborine

    I live in Fleet, Hampshire (UK) I am trying to build up my list of UK Orchids and have done well so far this year. The next ones on my list are these: 1. Broad-leaved Helleborine - I am going to try Sheepleas in Surrey 2. Narrow-lipped Helleborine - I am going to try Sheepleas in Surrey 3...
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    Possible Pugsley's Marsh Orchid

    Thanks all for the input. I have read closely the WildGuides orchids book and taking into consideration the northerly bias of the species and the characteristics laid out in the orchids book I think I will stick to Southern Marsh Orchid - it is the most likely and can see no pictures of mine...
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    Possible Pugsley's Marsh Orchid

    I am led to believe reading various websites that there is a possibility of Pugsley's Marsh Orchids at Greywell Moors in Hampshire. I went there on Saturday and certainly saw Southern Marsh Orchid. Reading the various literature etc., I am wondering if these pictures (aad/aaf) are good...
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    Chalk Fragrant Orchid

    Yes I noticed that - it is actually a very distinctively shaped orchid when compared to the Pyramidal Orchids it was close to
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    Chalk Fragrant Orchid

    That will do :) - according to Noar Hill list of orchids its the only Fragrant Orchid there - I just wanted to confirm it was a Fragrant Orchid
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    Chalk Fragrant Orchid

    I took these at Noar Hill Hampshire on the weekend I think it is Chalk Fragrant Orchid - can anyone confirm?
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    Burnet sp.

    Is this a Transparent Burnet moth taken at Noar Hill Hampshire on the weekend ??? I can't find a match to any of my moth books!
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    Orchids of New Forest

    I was photographing Heath Spotted Orchids in the New Forest (Broadway) and saw a couple of white orchids (first two photos) I assumed they were a white form of Heath Spotted Orchid but could they be a white form of Common Spotted Orchid? I then went onto Pig Bush in the New Forest where I...
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    Flowers for ID

    Thanks all - I missed one that I haven't identified yet - also seen at Beacon Hill
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    Flowers for ID

    I am still wading through my new flower books to find out what the following are but maybe someone can help: 1. Aston Clinton Ragpits (Bucks) 16th May 2. Homefield Wood (Bucks) 30th May 3. Beacon Hill (Hants) 31st May [ 2 pics]
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    Orchid (Noar Hill, Hampshire)

    Thanks, I will invest in that book you suggest Regards Kevin
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    Orchid (Noar Hill, Hampshire)

    Thank you so much - my ancient flower book doesn't show spots on the leaves for Early-purple Orchid although the flowers look right in the book - I think that is what confused me
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    Orchid (Noar Hill, Hampshire)

    I am new to identifying flowers Can anyone identify the following pictures of what I think is an Orchid at Noar Hill (Hampshire) taken last weekend I thought it was Common Spotted Orchid but the flowers are plain In addition, can anyone identify these flowers which were photographed in Alice...
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    Butterfly species Noar Hill, Hampshire, UK

    I photographed the attached butterfly at Noar Hill I think it is a Common Blue but is it actually a Brown Argus? Can anyone help? Regards Kevin
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