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Photos from Long Lake on 2009-Jul01:
scenery: Long Lake Orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum): overexposed Orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum): flowerhead

Photos from near Manigotagan River and pr314 on 2009-Jul01:
Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): many in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): bud Stiff clubmoss (Lycopodium annotinum): Bicknells geranium (Geranium bicknellii): plant Bicknells geranium (Geranium bicknellii): flower Pink corydalis (Corydalis sempervirens): plant Pink corydalis (Corydalis sempervirens): plant Pink corydalis (Corydalis sempervirens): flowers more red than pink Pink corydalis (Corydalis sempervirens): flowers more red than pink British-soldiers club-lichens (Cladonia cristatella): amid ?moss British-soldiers club-lichens (Cladonia cristatella): British-soldiers club-lichens (Cladonia cristatella): Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): seedpods + foliage Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): seedpods + foliage Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud

Photos from near Manigotagan River and pr314 on 2009-Jul01:
object: mysterious wooden cross on tree Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana): Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): seedpods + foliage many Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): foliage
-- identity of Elm sawfly = Cimbex americana confirmed by Bob Lamb & Pat MacKay wrote on 2009-07-05;


Photos from Black Lake on 2009-Jul01:
Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): plant on rock green background Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): plant on rock lichen-covered rock background Three-toothed potentilla (Potentilla tridentata): plant overexposed Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): plant beside rock rear view Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): plant beside rock Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): flower beside rock Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): flower beside rock Three-toothed potentilla (Potentilla tridentata): plant Three-toothed potentilla (Potentilla tridentata): flower Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): plant growing sideways Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): flower beside rock rear view Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): flower beside rock rear view closeup Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): pair with round leaves that resemble Round-leaved rein-orchid (Platanthera orbiculata) Moccasin ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule): leaves + old seedpod Running clubmoss (Lycopodium clavatum)?: plant Running clubmoss (Lycopodium clavatum)?: spore-bearing part Running clubmoss (Lycopodium clavatum)?: spore-bearing part Hookers rein-orchid (Platanthera hookeri): flowers Hookers rein-orchid (Platanthera hookeri): plants many the: Black Lake Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud Tessellated rattlesnake-orchid (Goodyera tesselata): plant in bud

Photos from Rabbit River area east side of pr314 on 2009-Jul01:
Spotted coralroot (Corallorhiza maculata): emerging + old seedpods many Spotted coralroot (Corallorhiza maculata): emerging habitat: Spotted coralroot (Corallorhiza maculata)

Photos from Trans-License Road (east end) on 2009-Jul01:
Common hop (Humulus lupulus): plant Common hop (Humulus lupulus): flower

Photos from PR314 on 2009-Jul01:
pr314: Floodwaters crossing road
-- this was only the first of many floodwaters-crossing-road sites; the most dramatic covered the road for 500 metres and was 30cm deep;