fringed orchid


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Blooms: July through September Lesser purple fringed orchid Platanthera psycodes
Distribution and reproductive success of the prairie fringed orchid in southeastern Wisconsin sand prairie.
Paul Catling, an orchid specialist and taxonomist from Agriculture Canada in Ottawa, found both the western prairie fringed orchid and the first recorded small purple fringed orchid (Platanthera psycodes (L.
Relationships between soil characteristics, distribution and restoration potential of the Federal threatened Eastern Prairie Fringed Orchid, Platanthera leucophaea (Nutt.
Managers and researchers have described western prairie fringed orchid habitat using major vegetation types observed in association with the orchid.
The eastern prairie fringed orchid was once widespread across the upper Midwest, with additional populations in Oklahoma, Virginia, New Jersey, and Maine.
Roses may be the flowers of choice for the love-smitten come birthdays and holidays, but the rare western prairie fringed orchid has drawn its own high level of interest from scientists, botanists, and biologists concerned for the future of this unusual plant.
Leafy spurge, a rapidly spreading invasive shrub is choking out the western prairie fringed orchid in the Sheyenne National Grasslands of North Dakota and possibly in other areas; herbicides used to control spurge can kill the orchid as well.
1:00 Mindy Anderson (VCSU) COMPARING SEED GERMINATION IN WESTERN PRAIRIE FRINGED ORCHID (PLATANTHERA PRAECLARA SHEVIAK AND BOWLES) SEEDS PLANTED IN GRAZED AND UNGRAZED PLOTS
In the case of the western prairie fringed orchid, that ecosystem is the tallgrass prairielands and sedge meadows of the Great Plains states.
The western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara): its response to burning and associated mycorrhizal fungi.
The western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara Sheviak and Bowles) of the family Orchidaceae has been known to inhabit the Sheyenne National Grasslands in southeastern North Dakota for years.
The threatened western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara) was documented at Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota, in 1985.
The federal government listed the western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara Sheviak and Bowles) as a threatened species in 1989.
These species are the black-footed ferret, swift fox, woodland caribou, grizzly bear, whooping crane, piping plover, marbled murrelet, Lake Erie water snake, Karner blue butterfly, and western prairie fringed orchid.