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Vergerettes Vergerettes
Postée le 30 octobre 2022 par Luxorion dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 77 fois

Trouvée sur un sentier dans le bois mais peu commune dans la région.
Vergerette annuelle ou Vergette de Karvinski ?
Je suppose que le coeur verdit après l'été.

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Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight
Postée le 03 novembre 2023 par VisofloraViralBotanist dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
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Orchids, with their enchanting beauty and remarkable diversity, have long intrigued botanists and nature enthusiasts. In this species spotlight, we will dive into the captivating world of orchids, focusing on one specific aspect that sets them apart: "Orchid Adaptations for Pollination."

Orchid Adaptations for Pollination:

Orchids have evolved a myriad of adaptations to ensure successful pollination. These adaptations are nothing short of a botanical marvel, designed to attract specific pollinators and increase the chances of reproduction.

In-Depth Explanation: Orchid Adaptations for Pollination
Orchids employ a fascinating array of strategies to ensure pollination. One of the most striking adaptations is their flower morphology. Orchids have evolved into various shapes and sizes, each tailored to attract a specific pollinator. For instance, some orchids mimic the appearance of female wasps or bees to lure male insects into their blossoms, effectively promoting pollination.

Furthermore, many orchids produce enticing scents to attract their pollinators. These scents can range from sweet and floral to foul and carrion-like, depending on the specific pollinator they seek to attract. We'll explore how these scents play a critical role in the orchid's reproductive success.

Additionally, some orchids have unique mechanisms to ensure precise pollen placement on the visiting pollinator. They often feature specialized structures, such as pollinia, that attach themselves to the pollinator's body and are transported to the next orchid, promoting cross-pollination.

An example to illustrate this adaptation could be the "Ophrys" or "Bee Orchids." These orchids have evolved to closely resemble female bees or wasps. Male bees are lured into the orchid's flower, attempting to mate with the deceptive blossom, unknowingly aiding in pollination.

Conclusion:

The world of orchids is a testament to nature's endless creativity. Orchid adaptations for pollination, as explored in this article, are a testament to the intricate relationship between these stunning flowers and their pollinators. These adaptations not only showcase the remarkable beauty of orchids but also their essential role in maintaining biodiversity and ecological balance.

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Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight
Postée le 03 novembre 2023 par VisofloraViralBotanist dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 136 fois

Orchids, with their enchanting beauty and remarkable diversity, have long intrigued botanists and nature enthusiasts. In this species spotlight, we will dive into the captivating world of orchids, focusing on one specific aspect that sets them apart: "Orchid Adaptations for Pollination."

Orchid Adaptations for Pollination:

Orchids have evolved a myriad of adaptations to ensure successful pollination. These adaptations are nothing short of a botanical marvel, designed to attract specific pollinators and increase the chances of reproduction.

In-Depth Explanation: Orchid Adaptations for Pollination
Orchids employ a fascinating array of strategies to ensure pollination. One of the most striking adaptations is their flower morphology. Orchids have evolved into various shapes and sizes, each tailored to attract a specific pollinator. For instance, some orchids mimic the appearance of female wasps or bees to lure male insects into their blossoms, effectively promoting pollination.

Furthermore, many orchids produce enticing scents to attract their pollinators. These scents can range from sweet and floral to foul and carrion-like, depending on the specific pollinator they seek to attract. We'll explore how these scents play a critical role in the orchid's reproductive success.

Additionally, some orchids have unique mechanisms to ensure precise pollen placement on the visiting pollinator. They often feature specialized structures, such as pollinia, that attach themselves to the pollinator's body and are transported to the next orchid, promoting cross-pollination.

An example to illustrate this adaptation could be the "Ophrys" or "Bee Orchids." These orchids have evolved to closely resemble female bees or wasps. Male bees are lured into the orchid's flower, attempting to mate with the deceptive blossom, unknowingly aiding in pollination.

Conclusion:

The world of orchids is a testament to nature's endless creativity. Orchid adaptations for pollination, as explored in this article, are a testament to the intricate relationship between these stunning flowers and their pollinators. These adaptations not only showcase the remarkable beauty of orchids but also their essential role in maintaining biodiversity and ecological balance.

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Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight
Postée le 03 novembre 2023 par VisofloraViralBotanist dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 136 fois

Orchids, with their enchanting beauty and remarkable diversity, have long intrigued botanists and nature enthusiasts. In this species spotlight, we will dive into the captivating world of orchids, focusing on one specific aspect that sets them apart: "Orchid Adaptations for Pollination."

Orchid Adaptations for Pollination:

Orchids have evolved a myriad of adaptations to ensure successful pollination. These adaptations are nothing short of a botanical marvel, designed to attract specific pollinators and increase the chances of reproduction.

In-Depth Explanation: Orchid Adaptations for Pollination
Orchids employ a fascinating array of strategies to ensure pollination. One of the most striking adaptations is their flower morphology. Orchids have evolved into various shapes and sizes, each tailored to attract a specific pollinator. For instance, some orchids mimic the appearance of female wasps or bees to lure male insects into their blossoms, effectively promoting pollination.

Furthermore, many orchids produce enticing scents to attract their pollinators. These scents can range from sweet and floral to foul and carrion-like, depending on the specific pollinator they seek to attract. We'll explore how these scents play a critical role in the orchid's reproductive success.

Additionally, some orchids have unique mechanisms to ensure precise pollen placement on the visiting pollinator. They often feature specialized structures, such as pollinia, that attach themselves to the pollinator's body and are transported to the next orchid, promoting cross-pollination.

An example to illustrate this adaptation could be the "Ophrys" or "Bee Orchids." These orchids have evolved to closely resemble female bees or wasps. Male bees are lured into the orchid's flower, attempting to mate with the deceptive blossom, unknowingly aiding in pollination.

Conclusion:

The world of orchids is a testament to nature's endless creativity. Orchid adaptations for pollination, as explored in this article, are a testament to the intricate relationship between these stunning flowers and their pollinators. These adaptations not only showcase the remarkable beauty of orchids but also their essential role in maintaining biodiversity and ecological balance.

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à identifier à identifier
Postée le 23 septembre 2021 par mivette dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
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Qui connait ? Plante en pot chamarrée avec 5 pétales

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Jolie poulette cochin noire Jolie poulette cochin noire
Postée le 09 mars 2021 par fleuret dans Poules et Coqs
0 Vote - Vue 54 fois

Merci André pour cette aide d'identification

https://www.fermedebeaumont.com/cochin-n...

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Eremurus blanc ( Eremurus Himalaicus ) Eremurus blanc ( Eremurus  Himalaicus )
Postée le 02 juin 2015 par fleur de cactus dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
1 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 206 fois

Suite à mes photos intitulées ? et ? 2 postées le 31 mai,une autre photo fleurs grossies si cela peut permettre une identification.
Bonne soirée.

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Eremurus blanc ( Eremurus Himalaicus ) Eremurus blanc ( Eremurus  Himalaicus )
Postée le 02 juin 2015 par fleur de cactus dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
1 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 206 fois

Suite à mes photos intitulées ? et ? 2 postées le 31 mai,une autre photo fleurs grossies si cela peut permettre une identification.
Bonne soirée.

10 commentaires
Vergerettes Vergerettes
Postée le 30 octobre 2022 par Luxorion dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 77 fois

Trouvée sur un sentier dans le bois mais peu commune dans la région.
Vergerette annuelle ou Vergette de Karvinski ?
Je suppose que le coeur verdit après l'été.

11 commentaires
Comment se faire pourrir une photo Comment se faire pourrir une photo
Postée le 26 juillet 2016 par g3r dans Hérons
2 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 803 fois

Je voulais photographier le Courlis Corlieu(au 2ème plan),et cette sale bête,venue de je ne sais où m'a gâché la photo....Ils sont sans gêne ces hérons!

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Comment se faire pourrir une photo Comment se faire pourrir une photo
Postée le 26 juillet 2016 par g3r dans Hérons
2 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 803 fois

Je voulais photographier le Courlis Corlieu(au 2ème plan),et cette sale bête,venue de je ne sais où m'a gâché la photo....Ils sont sans gêne ces hérons!

192 commentaires
Comment se faire pourrir une photo Comment se faire pourrir une photo
Postée le 26 juillet 2016 par g3r dans Hérons
2 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 803 fois

Je voulais photographier le Courlis Corlieu(au 2ème plan),et cette sale bête,venue de je ne sais où m'a gâché la photo....Ils sont sans gêne ces hérons!

192 commentaires
Une cristation sur un echium Une cristation sur un echium
Postée le 02 avril 2014 par camellia_29 dans z Maladies, parasites et adventices des jardins
2 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 62 fois

la nature nous offre parfois des floraisons extraordinaires, actuellement en formation

4 commentaires
Une cristation sur un echium Une cristation sur un echium
Postée le 02 avril 2014 par camellia_29 dans z Maladies, parasites et adventices des jardins
2 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 62 fois

la nature nous offre parfois des floraisons extraordinaires, actuellement en formation

4 commentaires
Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight Exploring the Enigmatic World of Orchids: A Species Spotlight
Postée le 03 novembre 2023 par VisofloraViralBotanist dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 136 fois

Orchids, with their enchanting beauty and remarkable diversity, have long intrigued botanists and nature enthusiasts. In this species spotlight, we will dive into the captivating world of orchids, focusing on one specific aspect that sets them apart: "Orchid Adaptations for Pollination."

Orchid Adaptations for Pollination:

Orchids have evolved a myriad of adaptations to ensure successful pollination. These adaptations are nothing short of a botanical marvel, designed to attract specific pollinators and increase the chances of reproduction.

In-Depth Explanation: Orchid Adaptations for Pollination
Orchids employ a fascinating array of strategies to ensure pollination. One of the most striking adaptations is their flower morphology. Orchids have evolved into various shapes and sizes, each tailored to attract a specific pollinator. For instance, some orchids mimic the appearance of female wasps or bees to lure male insects into their blossoms, effectively promoting pollination.

Furthermore, many orchids produce enticing scents to attract their pollinators. These scents can range from sweet and floral to foul and carrion-like, depending on the specific pollinator they seek to attract. We'll explore how these scents play a critical role in the orchid's reproductive success.

Additionally, some orchids have unique mechanisms to ensure precise pollen placement on the visiting pollinator. They often feature specialized structures, such as pollinia, that attach themselves to the pollinator's body and are transported to the next orchid, promoting cross-pollination.

An example to illustrate this adaptation could be the "Ophrys" or "Bee Orchids." These orchids have evolved to closely resemble female bees or wasps. Male bees are lured into the orchid's flower, attempting to mate with the deceptive blossom, unknowingly aiding in pollination.

Conclusion:

The world of orchids is a testament to nature's endless creativity. Orchid adaptations for pollination, as explored in this article, are a testament to the intricate relationship between these stunning flowers and their pollinators. These adaptations not only showcase the remarkable beauty of orchids but also their essential role in maintaining biodiversity and ecological balance.

12 commentaires
Camerisier Camerisier
Postée le 14 août 2012 par Tircis dans Camérisier à balais
1 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 318 fois

Est-ce que c'est un camerisier (Lonicera xylosteum)? Massif des Bauges - Substrat: calcaire - Milieu: forêt - Août2012 -Merci de corriger ou de compléter si besoin.

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Plante 1 Plante 1
Postée le 26 mars 2017 par Hertzog dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 138 fois

Plante 1 : a identifier

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Vergerettes Vergerettes
Postée le 30 octobre 2022 par Luxorion dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 77 fois

Trouvée sur un sentier dans le bois mais peu commune dans la région.
Vergerette annuelle ou Vergette de Karvinski ?
Je suppose que le coeur verdit après l'été.

11 commentaires
Herbe à identifier Herbe à identifier
Postée le 01 mars 2016 par Bebe17 dans Aidez-nous à les identifier
0 Vote - Vue 1413 fois

Herbe en forme de rosace

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feuilles retombantes feuilles retombantes
Postée le 11 janvier 2012 par MAKI17 dans Fougères tropicales
1 Votes : 5/5 - Vue 484 fois

une deuxième vue de la même plante

2 commentaires
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