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Ophrys massiliensis.
Ophrys de Marseille.
Early spider orchid.

Nothing will differentiate from the Ophrys araneola/sphegodes (Ophrys spider) from a morphological point of view. Its singularity lies in its precocity because it flowers in the south of France most often in January but sometimes at the end of December. It is therefore officially only a subspecies.

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