10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TWAYBLADE»
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CRC Ethnobotany Desk Reference
(1) Listera auriculata; (2) AURICLED TWAYBLADE; (3) orchidaceae; (4) Acadia
National Park, Isle Royale National Park, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
15562. (1) Listera australis; (2) SOUTHERN TWAYBLADE; (3) orchidaceae; ...
Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands
Bog twayblade: Liparis loeselii (L.) L. C. Rich. 163 Other common names: Fen
orchid, Green twayblade, Loesel's bog orchid, Loesel's twayblade, Yellow
twayblade. l.iparis: Named from the Greek liparos, "fat" or "shining" from the
smooth and ...
Sylvan T. Runkel, Dean M. Roosa, 2010
Plants of Kananaskis Country in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta
Listera. borealis. Morong. NORTHERN TWAYBLADE Northern twayblade is an
orchid with inconspicuous flowers; the plant is only 10 to 20 cm high, but the
leaves are characteristic and help to identify the plant. There is only a single pair
Beryl Hallworth, Chendanda Chengappa Chinnappa, 1997
Native Orchids of North America North of Mexico
... Alaska Piperia, 111 American Frog-orchid, 114 American Valerian, 24
Andrew's Rose-purple-orchid, 54 Apiculate Cleft -lip, 119 Appalachian
Twayblade, 127 Arethusa, 164 Auricled Twayblade, 117 Autumn Coral-root, 330
Autumn Tresses, ...
Donovan Stewart Correll, 1978
The National Wetland Plant List
FACW Auricled Twayblade Listera australis Lindl. FACW FACW FACW FACW
Southern Twayblade Listera banksiana Lindl. FACU FACU OBL FACU
Northwestern Twayblade Listera borealis Morong FACU FACW FACW Northern
Caring for our natural community: region 1 - threatened, ...
Uparis loeselii Current geographic range of Loesel's twayblade (Liparis loeselif)
in North. USFWS Status: None USFS Region 1 Status: Sensitive In North Dakota
Description.-An inflorescence of white to yellowish-green flowers tips a single ...
Susan Reel, Lisa Schassberger Roe, William Ruediger, 1989
Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Georgia
APPALACHIAN. TWAYBLADE. Listera smallii Wiegand Synonym: Ophrys smallii
(Wiegand) House Family: Orchidaceae (orchid) Georgia Natural Heritage Ranks:
G4/S2 Legal Status: GA-Special Concern US- none Federal Wetland Status: ...
Native Orchids of Nova Scotia: A Field Guide
Adder's-mouth Malaxis bayardii Blunt-leaved Orchid Platanthera obtusata
Bracted Orchid Coeloglossum viride var. virescens Broad-lipped Twayblade
Listera convallarioides Broad-leaved Helleborine Epipacfis helleborine red &
albino forms ...
Water and Wetland Plants of the Prairie Provinces
Hea rt-leaved Twayblade Syn.: Ophrys cordata L. . . . . . W Listera is dedicated to
a celebrated English naturalist by Peertgggjal the name of Martin Lister (1638-
1711). Cordata means name heart-shaped. Twayblade refers to the two opposite
Listera, the twayblade orchids, are named for Dr. Martin Lister (1638–1711), a
pioneer paleontologist, physician, and English naturalist. The genus Listera
includes twentyfive orchid species that growincool, temperate regions of the
Joe Liggio, Ann Orto Liggio, 2010
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TWAYBLADE»
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Royston Photographic Society celebrates another successful year
He showed them a host of Bee, Pyramidal, Spotted, Marsh and Twayblade Orchids. Barry, who is a larger-than-life author and natural history photographer, gave ... «Royston Crow, Jul 15»
Keep an eye out for butterflies fluttering by as count continues
Looking under the other vegetarian lesser twayblade was found. The flowers in the meadow behind Chapel Lands in Alnwick on June 23, included common ... «Northumberland Gazette, Jul 15»
Hummingbirds, beneficial insects deserve native coral honeysuckle
Several unusual animals such as Mabee's salamander and plants such as southern twayblade, slender spikerush, and water tolerant black gum and overcup ... «Daily Press, Jun 15»
On the Trails: Tricky flowers
Twayblade orchid: A visiting tiny bee or fly pokes into the miniscule flower, bumping into a projection that releases a sticky gob that pulls out clumps of pollen. «Juneau Empire, Jun 15»
Once thought lost, rare orchid reappears in Ohio
They had stumbled into a colony of heart-leaved twayblade (Listera cordata). This miniscule orchid had been found only once before, in 1933, also in Ashtabula ... «Columbus Dispatch, May 15»
Colourful creatures and landcapes....
Jan Savage, of Tiverton Road, Loughborough, spotted this wild Twayblade orchid - a floral champion. And Alan Barker, from Shepshed, captured a heron that ... «LoughboroughEcho.net, May 15»
Orchid spotters help map climate change
“The next one that's coming along is the common twayblade. And fairly soon, in about another week or so, we're really going to hit main orchid season. And then ... «BBC News, May 15»
Focus on: Clarborough Tunnel nature reserve
... is also home to a healthy population of pyramidal orchids along with other orchids such as common-spotted, and early-purple orchids and common twayblade. «Nottingham Post, May 15»
Trout lilies carpet forest floor at Wolf Creek Preserve
But the preserve is home to many other wonderful and rare botanical specimens — coral root orchids, southern twayblade orchids and green fly orchids, among ... «Tallahassee.com, Mar 15»
Staten Island Protectors: 10 facts to know before environmental …
... of plants and animals, including the Virginia pine and blackjack oak, cranberry, lizard tail, possum-haw and bog twayblade and the Northern Fence Lizard. «SILive.com, Jan 15»