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Monday, June 20th, 2022
A new publication : "Les orchidées sauvages des Bouches-du-Rhône"

En collaboration avec le Conseil Départemental des Bouches-du-Rhône, le cartographe départemental (Robin Rolland) a publié un nouvel ouvrage, que vous pouvez télécharger soit depuis le site de la SFO PACA soit sur le site du Conseil Départemental.

posted by Jacques Bry
 
Wednesday, March 30th, 2022
24 new taxa available for entry

New taxa in Orchisauvage

 

Following the update of the list of taxa present in metropolitan France by the FFO Scientific Commission and in order to take into account the latest developments and also to respond to the requests of several contributors and/or cartographers, 24 new taxa have been created in Orchisauvage and are now all available for entry.

We recommend that you use these new taxa to modify previous entries made with other names due to the absence of the appropriate taxa at the time of entry.

For example Ophrys apifera var. tilaventina may replace Ophrys apifera s.l or Dactylorhiza insularis f. bartonii may replace Dactylorhiza insularis, if appropriate.

List of new taxa 

Dactylorhiza cyrnea

Dactylorhiza incarnata var. ochranta

Dactylorhiza insularis f. bartonii

Dactylorhiza praetermissa var. integrata

Dactylorhiza sambucina f. rubra

Dactylorhiza sambucina f. zimmermanii

Dactylorhiza sambucina f. chusae

Dactylorhiza traunsteineri subsp. devillersiorum (synonym of D. wirtgenii)

Epipactis phyllanthes var. degenera

Epipactis phyllanthes var. olarionensis

Epipactis purpurata f. rosea

Epipactis purpurata f. chlorophylla

Ophrys apifera var. almaracensis

Ophrys apifera var. basiliensis

Ophrys apifera var. belgarum

Ophrys apifera var. brevilabellata

Ophrys apifera var. chloranta

Ophrys apifera var. immaculata

Ophrys apifera var. atrofusca

Ophrys apifera var. badensis

Ophrys apifera var. tilaventina

Ophrys lutea subsp. phryganae (synonym of O. corsica)

Platanthera fornicata (P. bifolia on limestone)

Pseudorchis albida var. tricuspis

Current updated list of names to be used in Orchisauvage.

posted by Jacques Bry
 
Sunday, January 30th, 2022
Happy new year 2022

    Dear contributors,

 

Fédération France Orchidées (FFO) and the Orchisauvage administration team - Jean-Michel HERVOUET (Presidency), Jacques BRY (cartography), Françoise PEYRISSAT (editing) and Pierre-Michel BLAIS (contact mail) - wish you all the best for 2022  and wonderful discoveries  that you can share on our site.

2021 was a very fruitful year on Orchisauvage with 153,000 new data – an all-time record since the launch of the site and a 22% increase from the previous record of 2019 - which brings the total number of data to 900,000.

Memberships have reached 4,582 with 587 new registrations in 2021 – a 3% increase since the previous record in 2018.

We would like to thank you for your involvement. Your contributions are essential to develop a better understanding of orchids and their conservation. We are counting on your continued support for 2022.

This will be an essential year for cartography because towards the end of the year the FFO will publish a new encyclopaedia including distribution maps updated with all your data.

In the meantime we encourage you to have a look at our current maps in the Data by species/Geographic distribution section of the site and then visit areas where data is missing or insufficient . Our team of cartographers and validation experts will help you in your queries.

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