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Thursday, June 29th, 2017
A new tool available allowing you to analyze your orchids records
posted by Philippe Feldmann
 
Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Orchisauvage now accessible in four languages

Orchisauvage, the site that collects and shares wild orchid observations in France, can now be accessed in four languages: French, German, English and Dutch.

This will make it much easier to use for the many European orchid enthusiasts who visit France to share their observations in complete security with the 2100 observers already signed up. Please visit the site and participate if you would like to.

We sincerely thank the observers who have given voluntary help with translations. German: Alain Gévaudan et Sandra Lippert. English: Jennie Levin, Philippe Feldmann and Michel Nicole. Dutch: Corine Ooesterlee.

Happy hunting,

Orchisauvage Technical Committee.

posted by Philippe Feldmann
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