I found this Greater Butterfly Orchid (Platanthera chlorantha) on my Woodland walk this week. There were three plants growing in a small clearing surrounded by trees. The actual ground where they were growing had previously been cleared of large bramble bushes during the previous Winter. I had not seen this Orchid before and when I researched it I couldn't define whether it was a Greater or Lesser Butterfly Orchid, having sought expert advice it was confirmed to me that it was the 'Greater' variety.
Unfortunately since having found the plant and subsequently revisiting the area, I discovered that some 'Individual' (best and most polite term I can come up with here for publication) has dug up one plant and taken it away. Seriously I would doubt that you can replant any Orchid somewhere else anyway, as I would think them very difficult to revive in such circumstances.
So WHY bother.
You can just see the two remaining plants in the centre of the image in front of the tree stump.