This is the variety of the Spotted Coralroot which looks like another species. It is the Ozette Coralroot, Corallorhiza maculata var. ozettensis, discovered fairly recently on the Olympic Peninsula and since found on Whidbey Island, Washington, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and mainland British Columbia. Though a variety of the Spotted Coralroot it is completely unspotted and the last to bloom of the three varieties found in our area. When I took the photos below, the Western Spotted Coralroots were nearly finished blooming, the Spotted Coralroots were at the peak of their bloom season, and these were just starting to bloom, all three growing in the same area. The variety is named after the Ozette Indians in whose area the variety was first found.