|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Ophrys incubacea is a quite slender orchid, easily recognizable with almost black flowers in contrast to the green stem and perianth.|
The lip bears well developed protuberances, hairy on the external side. The lip edges are directed backward and show a plentiful pilosity. The bluish mirror is shaped as a very long "H".
This Ophrys blooms from March to May.
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very nice and well exposed image of this orchid with good sharpness and details, good strong composition, lovely natural colours!!!