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Ofride di Anna

Ophrys holosericea annae (J.Devillers-Terschuren & P.Devillers) H.Baumann, Giotta, Künkele, R.Lorenz & Piccitto, 1995


The Ofride Anna (Ophrys holosericea subsp. Annae (J.Devillers-Terschüren & P.Devillers) H.Baumann, Giotta, Künkele, R.Lorenz & Piccitto, 1995) is an herbaceous spontaneous in Italy, in the family Orchidaceae.


The typical habitat for this orchid are the garrigue and stains generally sufficiently bright on limestone substrate.


It is endemic, is located in Sardinia and Corsica.

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SAR, Italy

Spotted on Apr 26, 2015
Submitted on Jul 8, 2015

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