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|This species seems to be endemic in Zagori region of Epiros. It grows in or at the edges of oak forests, on high altitudes, while it flowers quite early, mainly during the first fortnight of May. It is very close to Ophrys hebes, with which hybridises, but also seems to be affected by Ophrys zeusii, from which can be discriminated by the complete side pilosity of the lip.Usually, the lip is clearly trilobed and the median lobe is transversally curved.|
Information taken from:http://greekorchids.izfree.com/
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nice boo-orchid, TFS Ori
- [2009-06-09 23:22]
Thanks for sharing those less-known orchid species with us.
Very good capture!
Bonjour Anita et Mike,
Très belle macro finement détaillée et délicatement colorée.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.