greenhood


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Noun1.greenhood - any of numerous orchids of the genus Pterostylis having leaves in a basal rosette and green flowers often striped purple or brown or red with the dorsal sepal incurved to form a hoodgreenhood - any of numerous orchids of the genus Pterostylis having leaves in a basal rosette and green flowers often striped purple or brown or red with the dorsal sepal incurved to form a hood
orchid, orchidaceous plant - any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
genus Pterostylis, Pterostylis - genus of terrestrial orchids of Australia and New Zealand and western Pacific
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Also present were Errienallum Drosera auriculata, Potato Vine Billardiera mutabilis and the Small Bearded Greenhood Pterostylis tasmanica.
P.; Greenhood, M.; Kalman, D.S.; Kerksick, C.M.; Kleiner, S.M.; Leutholtz, B.; Lopez, H.; Lowery, L.M.; Mendel, R.; Smith, A.; Spano, M.; Wildman, R.; Willoughby, D.S.; Ziegenfuss T.N.; Antonio, J.
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Greenhood orchids (Pterostylis) native to Australia and New Zealand are pollinated by fungus gnats in a family (Mycetophilidae), closely related to the Sciaridae.
The students identified a new population of leafy greenhood orchids and carried out surveys of local wildlife, including powerful owls and phascogales.