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Saturday, 14 September 2019

The Pride of Sussex, the Round-headed Rampion and Autumn Lady's-tresses orchids on Wolstonbury Hill, West Sussex, today

 The goal was to see if Autumn Lady's tresses were flowering on the hill again.
Surrounded by the county flower, "the pride of Sussex" we were successful.
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 An exquisite tiny flower, here it is -- Autumn Lady's tresses, Spiranthes spiralis.



Common Blue 







Meadow Brown




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