from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the sense-organs, possibly olfactory or auditory, on the antennæ of amphipods.
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Threatened, endemic and protected plants include Cardamine chelido, Cypripedium calceolus, Daphne blagayana, Lilium bulbiferum, L. carniolicum, Primula kitaibeliana, P. wulfeniana, Ruscus hypoglossum and Paeonia mascula.
Some habitats of the nationally threatened species including Cypripedium calceolus, C. macranthon, Epipogium aphyllum, and Dactylorhiza fuchsii are protected.
February 4th, 1893, by the late Senator W.B. Dean, providing that the wild Lady Slipper, or the Moccasin flower, Cypripedium calceolus, be accepted and the same designated and adopted as the state flower, or the floral emblem of the state of Minnesota.
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It was not here, however, but in another German forest, where, one day when I had no time to linger, I met people with great bunches of the _Cypripedium calceolus_ that they had gathered as we gather primroses.
Others astonish us by their figure and disposal of their vestiture, as if designed only to embellish and please the observer, as in the Nepenthes distillatoria, Ophrys insectoria, Cypripedium calceolus, Hydrangia quercifolia, Bartramia bracteata, Viburnum Canadense, Bartsea, &c.
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Nevertheless, cuttings from a Lady's Slipper, whose Latin name is Cypripedium calceolus, are so in demand that collectors are prepared to pay up to £5,000 for a flowering example.
For decades, the UK population of Cypripedium calceolus, once widespread across northern
"1893: Senator William B. Dean offers a resolution in the Minnesota Senate recommending that the" wild lady-slipper or moccasin flower, Cypripedium calceolus "be named the state flower; the resolution is later adopted by both Senate and House.