This species was believed to have been extirpated in Connecticut, but it was recently rediscovered in the state. It is now classified as a species of special concern.
- Family: orchid (Orchidaceae)
- Habitat: dry fields and open woods, especially in acid soil
- Height: 5-10 inches
- Flower size: 1/6 inch long
- Flower color: white
- Flowering time: August to September
- Origin: native