The Bletia catenulata ornamental orchid is self-compatible but pollinator-dependent for reproduction1

@inproceedings{Neto2016TheBC,
  title={The Bletia catenulata ornamental orchid is self-compatible but pollinator-dependent for reproduction1},
  author={V. P. Neto and Ana Paula Mezoni Correa and F. Barros and Daly Roxana Castro Padilha and M. C. R. Z. Borges},
  year={2016}
}
Bletia Ruiz & Pav. is a neotropical orchid genus consisting of about 40 species (Brown 2005). However, in Brazil, only two species have been registered (Barros et al. 2015). Bletia catenulata Ruiz & Pav. is a common species in the Brazilian Savannah, Amazonia and Atlantic Forest, being also found in the seashore of the Rio de Janeiro State, at the Massambaba sandbank (Cepemar 2004). Some authors reported that B. catenulata was found in different Brazilian States, such as Tocantins and Maranhão… CONTINUE READING

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