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Low levels of genetic variation within populations of the four rare orchids Gymnadenia cucullata, Gymnadenia camtschatica, Amitostigma gracile, and Pogonia minor in South Korea: indication of genetic drift and implications for conservation.
(Gymnadenia) camtschatica (Ulleung B/J, K, NEC, RFE (C) Is.
Finally, Gymnadenia odoratissima (L.) Rich is classified at the national level as Data Deficient (DD) according to the 2010 Red List of Spanish Vascular Flora [86].
Klein, "Etiam atque etiam--Nigritella versus Gymnadenia: Neukombinationen und Gymnadenia dolomitensis spec.
Don., Geranium sibiricum Linn., Daphne giraldii Nitsche., Hippophae rhamnoides, Daucus carota, Carum carvi, Origanum vulgare, Solanum nigrum Linn., Plantago depressa, Lonicera japonica, Valeriana officinalis, Artemisia annua Linn., Bidens parviflora, Anaphalis sinica Cuts and wounds Gymnadenia conopsea R.
Ond fel deudais i, rydw i'n ffodus mod i'n byw yn agos at Gors Bodeilio, a rhai o'r tegeirianau sydd wedi cael eu gweld yno ydi caldrist y gors, y caineirian, tegeirian llydanwyrdd bach, y tegeirian pr (Gymnadenia conopsea; fragrant orchid), tegeirian y gors culddail (Dactylorhiza traunsteineri; narrow-leaved marsh orchid) a tegeirian y clr (Ophrys insectifera; fly orchid).
Genetic diversity in the rare orchid, Gymnadenia odoratissima and a comparison with the more common congener, G.
The provocative signature scent comes from an exotic gymnadenia orchid blended with notes of Polynesian plumeria, Hawaiian tiare and jasmine.
The species located near the centre, such as Schoenus ferrugineus, Gymnadenia conopsea, Epipactis palustris, Saussurea esthonica, Primula farinose, and Selaginella selaginoides, were well correlated with axis 2, but nonsignificantly related with any parameter considered.
unicolor [258] Gymnadenia conopea [116, 117] Herminium monorchis (L.) R.