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From the first orchids blooming in Attica, at the end of winter. Ηeight of approx. 30 cm and a flower rim around 15 mm. Despite their obvious differences, the two individuals presented here belong to the same species -Ophrys tenthredinifera-, known for its great diversity.
The specific plants were found in different sites: one on a rocky location with shrubs, at the edge of a pine forest the other.
Νative to the Mediterranean region and protected by the CITES Convention.
Spotted on Feb 25, 2018
Submitted on Feb 26, 2018
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