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Synonyms for orchis

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For example, as the species of Orchis and Dactylorhiza have a root resembling a hand or a paw, they are considered the same, creating in the person the perception of one interpretant.
Orchis mascula ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar degeirian coch y gwanwyn, ac mae ei liw porffor cyfoethog yn hardd i'w ryfeddu.
Effects of population size and forest management on genetic diversity and structure of the tuberous orchid Orchis mascula.
5th: In the Appalachians, thimbleberry, blueweed, great Indian plantain, great mullein, milkweed, black-eyed Susan, columbine, red bleeding heart, dock, daisy fleabane, large black medic bush clover, yellow and white sweet clover, cow parsnip, blue-eyed grass, and Hooker's orchis are in bloom.
Mit aliem Wurzelwerk grub er eines der nachsten Exemplare von Orchis latifolia aus, schuttelte die schwarze, klebende Erde ab und hielt es erst sich und dann der Begleiterin hin [.
Several Mediterranean species in the genera Orchis (pictured is O.
It depending on orchis is Greek 1875 has paired the number of for testicle, testes in the flukes and the and sinos for posterior duration of their oriental); also part of its persistence.
INCI name: Water (and) glycerin (and) orchis mascula extract
When I awoke again, I was a baby-ape in Bornean forests, perched among fragrant trailers and fantastic orchis flowers .
Unique fenced treatment species, such as Michigan lily (Lilium michiganense), showy orchis (Orchis spectabilis), and may-apple (Podophyllum peltatum) had a higher mean C than did unique browsed treatment species, which also included more non-natives.
In her semi-autobiographical book, Gypsies of the Heath, published in 1916, she described the Gypsies thus: 'Wild as the speckled orchis that blossoms on the forest moors, and bears, so folk-lore says, a love charm at its root, are the people in the forest bushes, and the caravan dwellers on the roughs.