Orchid hunting near Pringle Bay

An outing to Pringle Bay this morning in search of orchids was not very productive.  We found a few Disa bracteatus and some Satyrium Carneum as well as one Pterogodium catholicum.  It was not a wasted day, however, as we saw many other beautiful flowers, including lots of Moraea neglecta, and had a pleasant walk and lunch in the Harold Porter Reserve at Betty’s Bay.

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