Ophrys


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Noun1.Ophrys - a hardy genus of terrestrial orchids of Europe and northern Africa and western AsiaOphrys - a hardy genus of terrestrial orchids of Europe and northern Africa and western Asia
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Orchidaceae, orchid family, Orchidaceae - enormous cosmopolitan family of perennial terrestrial or epiphytic plants with fleshy tubers or rootstocks and unusual flowers
spider orchid - any of several European orchids of the genus Ophrys
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Validation of biological collections as a source of phenological data for use in climate change studies: A case study with the orchid Ophrys sphegodes.
TEMMAR Malika, Analyse du discours et sciences humaines et sociales, Collections << Les Chemins du Discours >>, Editions Ophrys, Pans 2007.
In vitro germination, protocorm formation and plantlet development of mature versus immature seeds from several Ophrys species (Orchidaceae).
See Michele Monte, "Review of O entre langue(s), discours et graphie" Corpus 8 November 2009 (Paris: Ophrys, 2008), http://corpus.
GROSS, Gaston (1996): Les expressions figees en francais - noms composes et autres locutions, Paris: Collection l'Essentiel Francais, Editions Ophrys.
She includes many grasses (mostly unidentified), orchid species in the genus Orchis or Ophrys, well represented among English native wildflowers, and cryptogams.
Yes, that's a wild orchid called Ophrys apifera, otherwise known as the bee orchid.
This includes endangered species such as those belonging to the genera Ophrys and Orchis and the field cow-wheat (Melampyrum arvense, classified as a priority species in Luxembourg) that are directly dependant on the condition of calcareous grasslands.
La culture materielle en France aux XVIe-XVIIe-XVIIIe siecles, Paris, Ophrys, 1995.
Colloque d'Etudes Peruviennes, Publications des Annales de la Faculte des Lettres Aix-en-Provence, Editions Ophrys, pp.
20) Grize, Jean-Blaise, Logique et langage, Ophrys, Paris, 1990, p.