No interactions present.
I was thinking G. borealis x D. lapponica, both of which grow nearby.
Isle of Skye
I would not argue if you see lapponica in it (and also in the other more heavily marked one from there that I commented on yesterday). Not sure about Gymnadenia, though - the spur shows no sign of being thinner than lapponica would have, and the spur of G. bor is very slender. The flower is not as heavily marked as would expect if it was all that. Not an easy genus, though.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
The spur is all wrong for EPO. In that species it is less stout, and turned upwards, not down as here. See http://www.thewildflowersociety.com/wfs_diary/wfs_diary_images_large/orc... as an example.
Lat/Lng: 57.2, -5.999
OS grid ref: NG585192