Definition of Listera. Meaning of Listera. Synonyms of Listera

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Definition of Listera

Listera
Twayblade Tway"blade`, n. (Bot.) Any one of several orchidaceous plants which have only two leaves, as the species of Listera and of Liparis. [Written also twyblade.]

Meaning of Listera from wikipedia

- Neottia is a genus of orchids. The genus now includes the former genus Listera, commonly known as twayblades referring to the single pair of opposite...
- been called the Eggleaf Twayblade. It was formerly placed in the genus Listera, but molecular phylogenetic studies have shown that Neottia nidus-avis...
- that rarely exceeds 15 cm in height. It was formerly placed in the genus Listera, but molecular phylogenetic studies have shown that Neottia nidus-avis...
- Neottia smallii (syn. Listera smallii), the kidneyleaf twayblade or Appalachian twayblade, is a species of terrestrial orchid found in the eastern United...
- Neottia auriculata (syn. Listera auriculata), the auricled twayblade, is a species of terrestrial orchid found in northeastern North America (Labrador...
- group, and all species of Listera have been moved to Neottia. Older scientific names include Listera banksiana and Listera caurina. Neottia banksiana...
- Allium listera is a species of wild onion endemic to China. It is known from the provinces An****, Hebei, Henan, Jilin, Shaanxi, and Shanxi. It grows in...
- All Ireland. Fewer records Midland Map Listera cordata Habitat (Alpine Biotope) Listera cordata Habitus Listera cordata Inflorescence EOL images of Neottia...
- Neottia borealis (syn. Listera borealis), the northern twayblade, is a species of terrestrial orchid found in North America. It is widespread across much...
- d' Orchidophilie 186: 181-187. Clive A. Stace (2010). "Neottia Guett. (Listera R. Br.) – twayblades". New Flora of the British Isles (3rd ed.). Cambridge:...
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