Algo similar ocurrio tambien en estudios realizados por Tollsten (1993) con Platanthera
bifolia (Orchidaceae) y por Schiestl et al.
persicifolia, Daphne mezereum, Pseudotsuga menziesii and Salix purpurea + in 4; Listera ovata and Platanthera
chlorantha 1 in 5; Aegopodium podagraria, Clematis vitalba and Cardamine hirsuta r, Athyrium filix-femina, Chaerophyllum hirsutum and Mnium hornum + in 7; Acer pseudoplatanus, Cephalanthera damasonium, Galium mollugo subsp.
Crossing effects on seed viability and experimental germination of the federal threatened Platanthera
Blooms: June and July Northern green orchid Platanthera
On Java, for instance, Platanthera
suzane has been used as a remedy for skin ailments (Suryowinoto 1982).
Bayesian approaches for the analysis of populatioa genetic structure: an example from Platanthera
The tallgrass prairie orchids Platanthera
ORCHIDACEAE: Calopogon tuberosus, Platanthera
ciliaris (L), P.
This is corroborated by the nectariferous orchid Platanthera
chlorantha, which we found to have a pollinaria bending delay of 80 s and a high pollen carryover fraction (0.
Empirical support for selection on flower depth was given by Nilsson (1988) who showed that moth-pollinated Platanthera
flowers with artificially shortened spurs received less effective pollination.
The tall grass prairie orchids Platanthera
Notable taxonomic observations included the Purple Fringeless Orchid, Platanthera
BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC FACTORS INFLUENCING THE QUALITY OF CUMBERLAND SEEPAGE FORESTS AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SURVIVAL OF PLATANTHERA
The only state endangered species found was Platanthera
clavellata (wood orchid).
The parameters of floral structure within Platanthera
leucophaea and the proboscis length and foraging modes of moths ultimately determined which moth species actually pollinated one of two variants (or cryptic species) within the P.