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Range Description

Dactylorhiza sambucina is endemic to Europe, occurs from central Spain to Crimea, as far south as Sicily, as far north as central Scandinavia. It is found scattered from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean, rarely in the west, in the south only in mountain areas, the eastern distribution border runs from the river Dnepr to the Caucasus. This species is found up to 2,600 m altitude (Delforge 1995, Bournérias and Prat 2005).


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