Experimental reintroduction of the threatened terrestrial orchid Diuris fragrantissima
Keywords:Reintroduction, mycorrhiza, fungal persistence, inoculum, recovery plan ￼
Diuris fragrantissima D. L. Jones et M. A. Clem. is a perennial terrestrial orchid endemic to the state of Victoria, Australia. The species is listed as Critically Endangered in Victoria under the criteria of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), having suf- fered a severe population decline since the 1930s, largely attributable to habitat destruction for agricul- tural and urban development.
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