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Re: What is this strange item?


In a message dated 05/19/2003 2:55:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

> I have this strange growth in my woodland.  I've hunted all over the
> web trying to find out what it is.  I've put up images on the web. 
> If anybody can ID this or even tell me what class of plant it is, I
> would sure appreciate it!
> 
> http://www.mtalt.hort.net/unknown/unknown-ID.html
> 
> 

Marge, I'm just guessing, but could it be one of the terrestrial orchids in 
the Platanthera genus?  I will query my orchid-specialist friend later, if no 
one else comes up with a good answer, but he's a specialist in exotics, not 
natives.
Auralie

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