Neottia ovata (Formerly: Listera ovata - Common twayblade / Grote Keverorchis) is a rather unassuming orchid and is one of the commonest and most widely distributed species in Belgian though mostly overlooked. Its small, green, inconspicious flowers belie the fact that it is very long-lived and has an intricate and effiient means of using insects as pollinators.
Image: Lanaye (B) - 20/05/2010
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