Notes: Found in a mossy patch aong with Green Earth Tongues (Microglossum viride)and Jelly Babies (Leotia lubrica).
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I greatly appreciate your comments and taking the time to look at my photos, but believe the “hairs” may simply be an artifact of my poor photography skills. This picture is slightly out of focus and was shot in a shaded area (I had no tripod). I looked at the originals in higher resolution and compared them to photos of Trichoglossum and you are correct that the “hairs” are more distinctive and give it a “velvety” look, especially on the stipe, a feature I couldn’t make out on my photos.
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