Flowering period
April - June
Threat status ?
Regionally extinct
Dry meadow
Scientific name
Neotinea tridentata

three-toothed orchid

LB: Dräizänn-Bouwekraut FR: orchis tridenté DE: Dreizähniges Knabenkraut

The three-toothed orchid owes its name to the helmet-like flower with three pointy teeth. It grows in exposed, dry short grasslands on calcareous soils. It is considered extinct in Luxembourg.
Observations on GBIF.org: green-blue: before 2005, yellow-orange: after 2005, darker colour indicates more observations.