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Orchid Species: Dactylorhiza hoeppneri

Kew currently accepted name is Dactylorhiza majalis

Dactylorhiza hoeppneri is an orchid species identified by (A.Fuchs) Soó in 1960. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Dactylorhiza majalis.
Genus
Dactylorhiza (Dact.)
Grex
hoeppneri
Parents
Species
Author
(A.Fuchs) Soó
Year
1960
ORIGIN: Found in Finland, Germany, the Baltic Republics, Russia, western Russia and Kazakistan in fens and meadows mostly near the coast at elevations of 500 to 2400 meters.

DESCRIPTION: Miniature to small sized, cold growing terrestrial with a rather robust hollow, washed reddish-violet towards the apex stem carrying 2 to 5 cauline, densely to lightly spotted purple on upper, erect, well spread along stemnarrowly to broadly lanceolate leaves with the upper 2 being bract-like that blooms in the late spring and early summer on an erect, rather laxly 5 to 20 flowered inflorescence with the floral bracts being equal in length to the flowers.

FLOWER SIZE: 1 inch [2.5 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact kalopissii 1976 E.Nelson
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact nieschalkiorum 1981 H.Baumann & Künkele
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact baltica 1970 (Klinge) N.I.Orlova
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact deweveri 1962 (Verm.) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact longifolia 1984 (Neuman) Aver.
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact macedonica 1988 J.Hölzinger & Künkele
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis lusus albiflora 1971 (Thielens) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis lusus alboliliacea 1971 (Verm.) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis lusus carnea 1971 (Neuman) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis lusus pallida 1971 (Thielens) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact pythagorae 1992 Gölz & H.R.Reinhard
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact sennia 2002 Vollmar
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact sphagnicola 1984 (Höppner) Aver.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo baltica 1947 (Klinge) Verm.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo deweveri 1949 Verm.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo hoeppneri 1947 (A.Fuchs) Verm.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo longifolia 1947 (Neuman) Verm.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo sphagnicola 1947 (Höppner) Verm.
Add+ Orchis Orchis baltica 1919 (Klinge) A.Fuchs
Add+ Orchis Orchis hoeppneri 1947 (A.Fuchs) Höppner ex Verm.
Add+ Orchis Orchis latifolia 1772 Scop.
Add+ Orchis Orchis longifolia 1909 Neuman
Add+ Orchis Orchis majalis lusus albiflora 1875 Thielens
Add+ Orchis Orchis majalis lusus alborosacea 1911 Erdner
Add+ Orchis Orchis majalis lusus pallida 1875 Thielens
Add+ Orchis Orchis sphagnicola 1927 Höppner
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis 1965 (Rchb.) P.F.Hunt & Summerh.
Add+ Dactylorchis Dtylo majalis 1947 (Rchb.) Verm.
Add+ Orchis Orchis majalis 1905 </i><i> carnea</i> Neuman
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis ssp. kalopissii 2019 (E.Nelson) H.A.Pedersen
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis ssp. macedonica 2019 (J.Hölz. & Künkele) H.A.Pedersen
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis ssp. nieschalkiorum 2019 (H.Baumann & Künkele) H.A.Pedersen
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis ssp. pythagorae 2019 (Gölz & H.R.Reinhard) H.A.Pedersen
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact majalis lusus alborosacea 1971 (Erdner) Soó
Add+ Dactylorhiza Dact parvimajalis 2000 D.Tyteca & Gathoye
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