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|The Violet Limodore is saprophytic, i.e., it depends on mycorrhizal fungi for much of its nutrition. The leaves are reduced to small scales. There is some photosynthetic pigment in the stem, which is up to 1 m tall. In Israel it is quite rare.|
It blends quite well in its habitat, as can be seen in the WS.
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great picture with beautiful colours and good sharpness
thanks greeting lou
- [2014-07-14 15:08]
Hi Ishi,2 beautiful pics showing us the detail of flowers and a full view on its habitat,perfect and complete work about this interesting specie not often seen on TN.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano